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Correct spelling: savannah

Definition of savannah:

  1. a river in South Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic

Common misspellings for savannah:

  • savanah (73%)
  • savannh (4%)
  • svannah (3%)
  • savannnah (3%)
  • savahna (3%)
  • savanaha (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Savannah \s(a)-vannah, sav(an)-nah\

Meaning:
treeless plain
Origin:
Spanish
Details:
Savannah as a girl's name is pronounced sa-VAN-ah. It is of Spanish origin, and the meaning of Savannah is "treeless plain". Place name: the city of Savannah, Georgia.
Related names:
Sierra, Mesa.
Meaning:
Xavienna, Savina, Savine, Syvonne.
Variants:
Vanna, Savana, Savanah, Savanha, Savanna, Savannha, Savhanna, Savonna, Savonne, Sevanna.

Examples of usage for savannah:

  1. The first walk I proposed to take was into Savannah- le- Mer to inquire about vessels proceeding to Port Royal. "Paddy Finn" , W. H. G. Kingston.
  2. Off Savannah the Sea Eagle towed a disabled motor boat, containing a pleasure party, into port, and a short time later flew above the Atlantic squadron of the United States fleet bound south for target practice. "The Boy Aviators' Flight for a Fortune" , Wilbur Lawton.
  3. From Savannah to Mobile; from Mobile to Havana; from Havana back to St. Francisco. "Her Mother's Secret" , Emma D. E. N. Southworth.