Definitions for vista
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word vista.
view, aspect, prospect, scene, vista, panoramanoun
the visual percept of a region
"the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
A distant view or prospect, especially one seen through some opening, avenue or a passage
A site offering such a view.
A vision, a view presented to the mind in prospect or in retrospect by the imagination.
Etymology: From vista, from visto, past participle of vedere, from videre, present active infinitive of video. Compare vision, video.
A vista is a pleasant view or perspective, typically a sweeping or expansive one, often seen from a significant height. It can also refer to a mental perception or outlook on a particular situation or subject.
a view; especially, a view through or between intervening objects, as trees; a view or prospect through an avenue, or the like; hence, the trees or other objects that form the avenue
Etymology: [It., sight, view, fr. vedere, p. p. visto, veduto, to see, fr. L. videre, visum. See View, Vision.]
Vista is a city in Southern California and is located in northernwestern San Diego County. Vista is a medium sized city within the San Diego Metropolitan Area and had a population of 93,834 at the 2010 census. Vista also includes portions of unincorporated San Diego County to north and east, with a county island in the central west, which is within its sphere of influence. Located just seven miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, it has a Mediterranean climate. Originally the lands of Rancho Buena Vista, Vista was founded on October 9, 1882 with an establishment of a post office. It was incorporated January 28, 1963 and became a charter city on June 13, 2007. Vista has more than 25 educational institutions for youth, and a business park home to over 800 companies. Vista was listed as the seventh-best place in the United States for family life, based on factors such as jobs and business opportunities, education, climate, and cost-of-living in a 2008 review.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
vis′ta, n. a view or prospect through or as through an avenue: the trees, &c., that form the avenue. [It. vista, sight, view—L. vidēre, to see.]
Surnames Frequency by Census Records
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Vista is ranked #70403 in terms of the most common surnames in America.
The Vista surname appeared 278 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 0 would have the surname Vista.
52.1% or 145 total occurrences were Asian.
29.1% or 81 total occurrences were White.
12.5% or 35 total occurrences were of Hispanic origin.
3.9% or 11 total occurrences were of two or more races.
2.1% or 6 total occurrences were Black.
The numerical value of vista in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of vista in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Hubble has completely transformed our view of the universe, revealing the true beauty and richness of the cosmos, this vista of starry fireworks and glowing gas is a fitting image for our celebration of 25 years of amazing Hubble science.
Hasta la vista, baby
We are bidding farewell to the greatest Hungarian film producer. Hasta la vista, Andy! Thank You for everything, my Friend!
People who aren't as interested in recorded music as they used to be will say, 'Oh, 'Buena Vista?' Loved it.' And I'll say, 'Well, how about any of my other recent records. I've been doing some pretty good ones. You like those?' And they go, 'Huh?
Garcia News 4 Tucson. Marina Garcia told her husband the baby was not his. ( Cochise County Sheriff's Office) Despite the child not being his, he said he was willing to adopt the child and raise him as his own. DEMS WAGE BATTLE AGAINST ARIZONA ’S ‘ BALLOT HARVESTING ’ BAN, AMID VOTER FRAUD CONCERNS On Feb. 2, Marina Garcia went into labor at Canyon Vista Medical Center in Sierra Vista, Arizona. She told her husband’s sister that the baby had died in child birth. When my sister called me about that, it was pretty emotional. We cried quite a bit together over the phone. It was devastating.
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