Santorin

[san-tuh-reen]
Also San·to·ri·ni [san-tuh-ree-nee; Greek sahn-daw-ree-nee] /ˌsæn təˈri ni; Greek ˌsɑn dɔˈri ni/.

Thera

[theer-uh]
noun
  1. a Greek island in the S Aegean, in the Cyclades group. 30 sq. mi. (78 sq. km).
Also Thira.
Also called Santorin, Santorini.
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Thera

noun
  1. a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, in the Cyclades: site of a Minoan settlement and of the volcano that ended Minoan civilization on Crete. Pop: 13 402 (2001)Also called: Santoríni Modern Greek name: Thíra
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santorini in Medicine

Santorini

[săn′tə-rēnē, sän′tō-]Giovanni Domenico 1681-1737
  1. Italian physician and anatomist whose works, especially Observationes Anatomicae (1724) are noted for their thorough descriptions and detailed illustrations.
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