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Sava (ˈsɑːvə Pronunciation for Sava or Save (sɑːv Pronunciation for Save



  1. a river in SE Europe, rising in NW Slovenia and flowing east and south to the Danube at Belgrade. Length: 940 km (584 miles)

Example Sentences Including 'Sava'

Fr Sava said the Albanians had broken in and looted flats belonging to Serbs, while numerous rapes had been reported.
Misc (1999)
He links up with Argentine striker Facundo Sava , who moved to the West London club from La Plata for £2million last week.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
I sipped cool water drawn from St Sava 's well, by a grapevine supposedly grown from his father's marrow.
Christopher Merrill JOURNEY TO THE HOLY MOUNTAIN: Meditations on Mount Athos (2004)
Northern Bosnia between the Krajina and the river Sava contains the largest mass of Serbs in Bosnia.
Misc (1995)
STRIKER Facundo Sava wants to quit Fulham in search of first-team action.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
They're not going to have a picture of me in Sava News, are they?
Jane Asher LOSING IT (2002)


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