There are 2 definitions of savannah in English:

savannah1

Line breaks: sa¦van|nah
Pronunciation: /səˈvanə
 
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(also savanna)

noun

A grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions, with few trees.
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  • The lowlands include savannas, swamps, tropical rainforests, and semi-deserts.
  • They can be found in a rich assemblage of habitats from rivers to caves, savannas, wetlands, prairies, lakeshores, and forests.
  • At that time, the lowland savannas were settled by large numbers of farmer-herders who were ancestors to present-day Luo and Kipsigis.

Origin

mid 16th century: from Spanish sabana, from Taino zavana.

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There are 2 definitions of savannah in English:

Savannah2

Line breaks: Sa¦van|nah
Pronunciation: /səˈvanə
 
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A port in Georgia, just south of the border with South Carolina, on the Savannah River close to its outlet on the Atlantic; population 132,410 (est. 2008).

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