noun, plural san·tos [san-tohz, sahn-; Spanish sahn-taws] /ˈsæn toʊz, ˈsɑn-; Spanish ˈsɑn tɔs/.
Origin of santo
Examples from the Web for santo
Contemporary Examples of santo
In a shocking moment, Santo even tells Donatella, “I wish you died with Gianni.”The 7 Wildest Moments from ‘House of Versace’ (VIDEOS)
The Fashion Beast Team
October 6, 2013
When John Paul II died in 2005, pilgrims held signs and chanted “santo subito,” or “sainthood now,” at his funeral.After Second Approved Miracle, Pope John Paul II Likely to Become a Saint
Barbie Latza Nadeau
July 5, 2013
The hotel is home to two restaurants, La Coronela and Santo Vino Bistro, and even makes its own Hotel California Tequila.Mexico’s Hidden Getaway: Todos Santos, Playa Cerritos
May 26, 2013
But when the cuts all over Marie Michele's body did not heal, Negrial decided to take her to Santo Domingo as well, a week later.Haiti Earthquake Anniversary: Finding a Skull in the Rubble
January 14, 2011
His phone has apparently been turned off, and his family in Santo Domingo says he went missing over the weekend.The Man Who Conned the Missionaries
February 15, 2010
Historical Examples of santo
If their colors fly on Santo Domingo, it is to you and your brave blacks that we owe it.
The clash of interests brought on civil war in Santo Domingo.
With them he returned to Santo Domingo for more men and ammunition.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year
The separation of the sexes is not so severe on Ambrym as on Santo.
In general, the Ambrymese are more agreeable than the Santo people.