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Savannah (pronunciation: /səˈvænə/) is a term with multiple meanings in different contexts. In the context of geography, it refers to a type of tropical grassland biome. In the medical field, it is a female given name.


The term Savannah originates from the Taino word zabana, which was used to describe a grassy plain. The name was later adopted by the English and used to describe similar landscapes.

Medical Context

In the medical context, Savannah is a female given name. There are no specific medical conditions or treatments associated with this name. However, the name can be associated with various medical studies or case reports involving individuals named Savannah.

Related Terms

  • Biome: A large community of plants and animals that occupies a distinct region.
  • Grassland: An area where the vegetation is dominated by grasses.
  • Tropical: Relating to the tropics, the region of the Earth near to the equator.
  • Taino: A group of indigenous people of the Caribbean, who were among the first people to encounter Europeans during the late 15th century.
  • English: A West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and eventually became a global lingua franca.

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