US Largest Cities With ‘Saint’ In Their Name

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First choose the number of cities by typing ’50’, ‘100’, or ‘all’ – then try to achieve the highest population among the top US cities with the word ‘saint’ (spelled or abbreviated) in the name, or a feminine or non-English equivalent of ‘saint’. Quiz is not timed.

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Quiz Updated: 4-21-2015

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  1. 0
    Minor nitpick: some of these names (especially Spanish-language ones like San or Santa) don’t refer to saints. Santa Cruz, for instance, doesn’t mean “Saint Cross,” but rather “Sacred Cross,” or as it would more commonly be put in English, “Holy Cross.” Same goes for Santa Fe (Holy Faith).
    1. 0
      yeah – i’m gonna change the title of the quiz, i more meant city names with ‘Saint’ in them.
  2. 0
    How about Ventura (formally San Buenaventura), CA?
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      i use Ventura for that city name in all my quizzes as it is much more commonly used.

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