Definitions for SANsɑn
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a member of any of a group of physically distinctive, short-statured peoples of S Africa, traditionally dependent on hunting and foraging for subsistence.
the Khoisan languages of the San.
A member of the ethnically distinct, short-statured nomadic people of southern Africa.
Any of a dozen related Khoisan languages spoken by the San.
A river in southeastern Poland and western Ukraine.
San was an archaic letter of the Greek alphabet. Its shape was similar to modern M, or to a modern Greek Sigma turned sideways, and it was used as an alternative to Sigma to denote the sound. Unlike Sigma, whose position in the alphabet is between Rho and Tau, San appeared between Pi and Qoppa in alphabetic order. In addition to denoting this separate archaic character, the name "San" was also used as an alternative name to denote the standard letter Sigma.
Translations for SAN
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
an area of (enclosed) ground beside a building
Leave your bicycle in the yard; a school-yard; a courtyard.
- ساحَه، فِناءArabic
- pátioPortuguese (BR)
- der HofGerman
- gård; -gård; gårdspladsDanish
- αυλή, περίβολοςGreek
- õu; aedEstonian
- גִינָה, חָצֵרHebrew
- अहाता, प्रांगणHindi
- garður, lóð, portIcelandic
- cortile, recintoItalian
- 건물에 인접한(둘러싸인) 땅, 구내Korean
- gård(splass); hageNorwegian
- انګړ، غولى، دكار غولى، دپوهنتون يا دپوهنځى سيمه، داور ګاډي دجوړولو او درولو ځاىPashto
- gård, gårdsplanSwedish
- 庭院Chinese (Trad.)
- двір, подвір'яUkrainian
- عمارت کے ساتھ ایک کھلا حصّہUrdu
- 庭院Chinese (Simp.)
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