What Does `Santa Barbara `mean?


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Evelyn Vaz answered
Santa Barbara is basically a word in Spanish as well as in Portuguese, which in English means Saint Barbara. He was a saint who was a third-century Christian martyr. Apart from being very well refers to a saint this name also associates very well with names of places across the globe.
Some of the names of place are as follow: Santa Barbara (Queensland), Santa Bárbara (Bahia) and Santa Bárbara (Goiás).
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Alan Stetson
Alan Stetson commented
Just for clarification, Santa Barbara is referring to a female, not a male. In Spanish, Santa is the feminine saint, which is why you always see it followed by a female name (Santa Monica, Santa Ynez, etc.). When referring to a male saint, the masculine saint would be used, which is San. Then, of course, a male name would follow (San Francisco, San Jose, etc.).

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