Place Names Starting with S

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SAINT CLAIR   (Settlement)   French
Name commemorating Saint CLAIR. This is the name of several communes in France.
SAINT DENIS   (Settlement)   French
Name commemorating Saint DENIS. This is the name of several communes in France.
SAINT MAUR   (Settlement)   French
Name commemorating Saint MAURUS. This is the name of several communes in France.
SCOTLAND   (Country)   English
Means "land of the Scots", from Latin Scoti meaning "Gaelic speaker".
SGITHEANACH   (Island)   Scottish
Scottish Gaelic form of SKYE.
SHANNON   (River)   Irish
Probably from Old Irish sen meaning "old, ancient". This is the name of a river in Ireland. It is personified by the goddess Sionann.
SHARON   (Region)   Biblical, Biblical Hebrew
Means "plain" in Hebrew, referring to the fertile plain near the coast of Israel.
SIDNEY   (Island)   English
Means "wide island", from Old English sid "wide" and eg "island". This is the name of a place in Surrey.
SINDHU   (River)   Sanskrit
Sanskrit form of INDUS.
SIONAINN   (River)   Irish
Irish form of SHANNON.
SKYE   (Island)   Scottish
Anglicized form of Gaelic Sgitheanach, meaning unknown. This is the name of an island off the west coast of Scotland.
SLOVAKIA   (Country)   English
From Slovak, the Slovak form of the medieval Slavic slovene, referring to the tribe of the Slavs. This is the name of a country in central Europe.
SLOVAQUIE   (Country)   French
French form of SLOVAKIA.
SLOVENIA   (Country)   English
From Slovene, the language of the Slovenes, derived from the medieval Slavic tribal name slovene meaning "Slavs". This is the name of a country in central Europe.
SLOVENIJA   (Country)   Slovene
From medieval Slavic slovene referring to the tribe of the Slavs. This is the Slovene name for Slovenia.
SLOVENSKO   (Country)   Slovak, Czech
From medieval Slavic slovene referring to the tribe of the Slavs. This is the Slovak name for Slovakia.
SLOWAKEI   (Country)   German
German form of SLOVAKIA.
SPAIN   (Country)   English
Derived from Hispania, the Latin name of the Iberian Peninsula, which is of uncertain origin. It could be derived from Punic I-Shaphan meaning "land of the rabbits".
SPANIEN   (Country)   German
German form of Hispania (see SPAIN).
SYDNEY   (Settlement)   English
City in Australia which was named after Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney (1733-1800). His title originally came from the name of its first holder, Robert SIDNEY (1563-1626).
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