Definitions for "Savannah"
an assemblage of woody vegetation having a scattered distribution with an understory dominated by grasses and forbs maintained by recurring fire; height and diameter growth of canopy-layer trees may be stunted by environmental factors (i.e., weather, shallow soils) or within established averages for the species.
Grassland with scattered trees, fairly common in the central plains of the U.S. before development. Bret Rappaport writes, " is theorized that humans are genetically predisposed to favor open grass-type landscapes as an artifact of our species' development on the savannas and grasslands of East Africa."
a flat grassland in tropical or subtropical regions
a port in eastern Georgia near the mouth of the Savannah river
a river in South Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic
The Savannah Amtrak station is an Amtrak station in Savannah, Georgia. Located at 2611 Seaboard Coastline Drive, the station consists of a terminal building on the east side of the north-south tracks, with a platform between the tracks. The terminal offers ticketing, checked baggage, Amtrak Express shipping, and human remains shipping services.
Keywords:  cat, serval, playful, amazing, exotic
a golden or silver colored cat with black, bold distinct
a very active and playful cat with an amazing desire to explore everything life has to offer
The savannah cat is a new and still fairly rare exotic cat breed that is the result of a cross between an African serval and a domestic cat.
Shannon Michelle Wilsey Longoria (October 9 1970 – July 11 1994), commonly known by her stage name of Savannah, was an American pornographic actress, starring in more than 100 pornographic films during her career. One of the most high-profile porn stars of her time, she achieved notoriety within her short (1990 - 1994) career due to her on-screen presence as well as her off-screen life.
Keywords:  motel, hotel, stay, great, place
a great place to stay in a hotel or motel
Keywords:  ran, february, march, series, lived
Savannah was a short-lived TV series that ran from March 1996 to February 1997 on The WB.