The name Savannah has roots in Spanish. The name is derived from the Spanish word "sabana," meaning "treeless plain," although its derivations may also come from the Native American Taino word "zabana." While also a place-name for a city in Georgia, Savannah is increasing in popularity in the United States and Australia.
Similar Names: Savanna, Savanah
Famous Savannah Names: Savannah King (swimmer), Savannah Guthrie (journalist)