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        Sà, [薩], Bodhisattva/surname Sa
        Dékèsàsī, [德克薩斯], Texas
        Bǐsà/bǐsà, [比薩], Pisa, town in Toscana, Italy, pizza (loanword)
        pīsà, [披薩], pizza (loanword)
        Āsàdé, [阿薩德], Assad (Arabic name)
        Sàěrwǎduō, [薩爾瓦多], El Salvador
        Sàdámǔ, [薩達姆], Saddam
        sàkèsī, [薩克斯], sax/saxophone
        sàsī, [薩斯], SARS/Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
        Hāsàkèsītǎn, [哈薩克斯坦], Kazakhstan
        Mǎsàzhūsàizhōu, [馬薩諸塞州], Massachusetts, US state
        bǐsàbǐng, [比薩餅], pizza (loanword)/CL:張|张[zhāng]
        Kǎsànuòwǎ, [卡薩諾瓦], Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Italian adventurer known for womanizing
        Kānsàsīzhōu, [堪薩斯州], Kansas, US state
        Mósàdé, [摩薩德], Mossad
        Àisàkè, [艾薩克], Isaac (name)
        Áodésà, [敖德薩], Odessa (city in Ukraine)
        Sàěr, [薩爾], Saarland
        Dékèsàsī, [得克薩斯], Texas, US state
        Sàlì, [薩莉], Sally (name)
        Fóluólúnsà, [佛羅倫薩], Florence
        Púsà, [菩薩], Bodhisattva (Buddhism)
        Lāsà, [拉薩], Lhasa, capital city of Tibet autonomous region 西藏自治區|西藏自治区
        Sàlārèwō, [薩拉熱窩], Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina
        Dékèsàsīzhōu, [得克薩斯州], Texas, US state
        Kǎsàbùlánkǎ, [卡薩布蘭卡], Casablanca (Morocco's economic capital)
        sàkè, [薩克], sax/saxophone/(used as phonetic for za-ke or sack, e.g. in Saxon, Isaac)
        Hāsàkè, [哈薩克], Kazakhstan/Kazakh ethnic group in PRC
        Sàkèlāméntuō, [薩克拉門托], Sacramento
        Sàkèxùn, [薩克遜], Saxon
        Sàmóyà, [薩摩亞], Samoa
        sàkèsīguǎn, [薩克斯管], sax/saxophone
        Sàtè, [薩特], Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980), French existential philosopher and novelist
        Sàlǐ, [薩里], Surrey (county in England)
        Mùsàwéi, [穆薩維], Moussavi, Mir Hussein (1941-), candidate in Iran's disputed 2009 elections
        Sàdì/sàdì, [薩蒂], Sati (Hindu goddess), sati (illegal Hindu practice)
        Sàbó, [薩博], Saab
        Sàkèsēn, [薩克森], Sachsen or Saxony, Bundesland in east of Germany, bordering on Poland and Czech ...
        Āěrsàsī, [阿爾薩斯], Alsace, French department
        Hāsàkèrén, [哈薩克人], Kazakh person/Kazakh people
        Gēsàkè, [哥薩克], Cossack (people)
        Sàlāmànkǎ, [薩拉曼卡], Salamanca, Spain
        Sàfēi, [薩菲], Safi (Moroccan city on the Atlantic coast)
        Sànà, [薩那], Sana'a, capital of Yemen
        Léikèsàsī, [雷克薩斯], Lexus/see also 凌志[Líng zhì]
        Yīsàkǎ, [伊薩卡], Ithaca, Island state of Greece, the home of Odysseus 奧迪修斯|奥迪修斯/Ithaca NY, locati...
        ShèngSàěrwǎduō, [聖薩爾瓦多], San Salvador, capital of El Salvador
        Sàmó, [薩摩], Satsuma, the name of a former feudal domain in Japan, and of a former province, ...
        Jīnshāsà, [金沙薩], Kinshasa, capital of Zaire
        Méngbāsà, [蒙巴薩], Mombasa (city in Kenya)
        huópúsà, [活菩薩], a living Buddha/fig. compassionate person/saint
        Lúsàkǎ, [盧薩卡], Lusaka, capital of Zambia
        nípúsà, [泥菩薩], clay Bodhisattva
        Sàdéěrshì, [薩德爾市], Sadr city (Shia township in East Bagdad)
        Sàěrcíbǎo, [薩爾茨堡], Salzburg
        Sàgā, [薩嘎], Saga county, Tibetan: Sa dga' rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
        Sàdátè, [薩達特], Anwar Al Sadat
        Wéisà, [維薩], Visa (credit card)
        Ménsà, [門薩], Mensa (loanword)
        Pàsàtè, [帕薩特], Passat (automobile)
        Sàmǎnjiào, [薩滿教], Shamanism
        Āsàmǔ, [阿薩姆], Assam, India
        Sàdéěr, [薩德爾], Sadr (name)/Moqtada Sadr (c. 1973-), Iraqi Shia clergyman and militia leader
        sàqímǎ, [薩其馬], see 沙琪瑪|沙琪玛[shā qí mǎ]
        Sàgélèbù, [薩格勒布], Zagreb, capital of Croatia 克羅地亞|克罗地亚[Kè luó dì yà]
        Fúmósà, [福摩薩], Formosa
        Wūpǔsàlā, [烏普薩拉], Uppsala, Swedish university city just north of Stockholm
        YīlíHāsàkèzìzhìzhōu, [伊犁哈薩克自治州], Ili Kazakh autonomous prefecture in Xinjiang
        Yīlìsàbái, [伊莉薩白], Elizabeth (name)/also written 伊麗莎白|伊丽莎白
        Jímùsàěr, [吉木薩爾], Jimsar county or Jimisar nahiyisi in Changji Hui autonomous prefecture 昌吉回族自治州[C...
        Jímùsàěrxiàn, [吉木薩爾縣], Jimsar county or Jimisar nahiyisi in Changji Hui autonomous prefecture 昌吉回族自治州[C...
        Hāsàkèwén, [哈薩克文], Kazakh written language
        Hāsàkèzú, [哈薩克族], Kazakh ethnic group of Xinjiang
        Hāsàkèyǔ, [哈薩克語], Kazakh language
        DìzàngwángPúsà, [地藏王菩薩], Kṣitigarbha Bodhisattva, the Bodhisattva of the Great Vow (to save all souls bef...
        DìzàngPúsà, [地藏菩薩], Kṣitigarbha Bodhisattva, the Bodhisattva of the Great Vow (to save all souls bef...
        Kānsàsī, [堪薩斯], Kansas, US state
        DàshìzhìPúsà, [大勢至菩薩], Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva, the Great Strength Bodhisattva
        DàyuànDìzàngPúsà, [大願地藏菩薩], Kṣitigarbha Bodhisattva, the Bodhisattva of the Great Vow (to save all souls bef...
        Àolǐsàbāng, [奧里薩邦], Orissa, eastern Indian state bordering Bangladesh
        BālǐkūnHāsàkèzìzhìxiàn, [巴里坤哈薩克自治縣], Barkol Kazakh autonomous county or Barköl Qazaq aptonom nahiyisi in Kumul prefec...
        Bùlāsàshì, [布拉薩市], Brazzaville, capital of Congo (Tw)
        MílèPúsà, [彌勒菩薩], Maitreya Bodhisattva
        Dékèsàsīzhōu, [德克薩斯州], state of Texas
        pīsà, [批薩], pizza (loanword)
        LāsàShì, [拉薩市], Lhasa, Tibetan: Lha sa grong khyer, capital of Tibet autonomous region 西藏自治區|西藏自...
        LāsàTiáoyuē, [拉薩條約], Treaty of Lhasa (1904) between British empire and Tibet
        WénshūshīlìPúsà, [文殊師利菩薩], Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of keen awareness
        WénshūPúsà, [文殊菩薩], Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of keen awareness
        WénláiDálǔsàlánguó, [文萊達魯薩蘭國], Brunei Darussalam
        PǔxiánPúsà, [普賢菩薩], Samantabhadra, the Buddhist Lord of Truth
        MùlěiHāsàkèzìzhìxiàn, [木壘哈薩克自治縣], Mori Kazakh autonomous county or Mori Qazaq aptonom nahiyisi in Changji Hui auto...
        Kēsàqíbìngdú, [柯薩奇病毒], Coxsachie A intestinal virus
        Gésàěr, [格薩爾], King Gesar, hero of a Tibetan and Mongolian epic cycle
        méisàlín, [梅薩林], muslin or mousseline silk fabric
        BǐsàXiétǎ, [比薩斜塔], Leaning Tower of Pisa
        Hànsàtóngméng, [漢薩同盟], Hanseatic League
        nípúsàguòjiāng,zìshēnnánbǎo, [泥菩薩過江,自身難保], like a clay Bodhisattva fording a river, can't guarantee his own safety/unable t...
        Ruìsà, [瑞薩], Renesas Technology (PRC microchip company affiliated with Hitachi and Mitsubishi...
        RuìsàKējì, [瑞薩科技], Renesas Technology (PRC microchip company affiliated with Hitachi and Mitsubishi...
        wǎsàbǐ, [瓦薩比], wasabi (loanword)
        písàbǐng, [皮薩餅], pizza (loanword)
        ÀnggélǔSàkèxùn, [盎格魯薩克遜], Anglo-Saxon
        Nàwǎsà, [納瓦薩], Navassa
        MěishǔSàmóyà, [美屬薩摩亞], American Samoa
        Àisàkè·Niúdùn, [艾薩克・牛頓], Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
        SàdīngníyàDǎo, [薩丁尼亞島], Sardinia
        sàkèsīfēng, [薩克斯風], saxophone (loanword)
        Sàkèsēnzhōu, [薩克森州], Sachsen or Saxony, Bundesland in east of Germany, bordering on Poland and Czech ...
        Sàkèluòfū, [薩克洛夫], Sakharov (name)/Andrei Sakharov (1921-1989), Soviet nuclear physicist and dissid...
        SàkèluòfūJiǎng, [薩克洛夫獎], Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, awarded by the European Parliament annual...
        Sàlánsīkè, [薩蘭斯克], Saransk, capital of the Republic of Mordovia, Russia
        Sàkǎshíwéilì, [薩卡什維利], Mikheil Saakashvili (1967-), Georgian politician, president of Georgia since 200...
        Sàhāluòfū, [薩哈洛夫], Sakharov (Russian name)
        Sàhǎluófū, [薩哈羅夫], Andrei Sakharov (1921-1989), Russian nuclear scientist and dissident human right...
        sàhǎluófūrénquánjiǎng, [薩哈羅夫人權獎], the EU Sakharov prize for human rights
        Sàhǎluófūjiǎng, [薩哈羅夫獎], Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought (awarded by EU since 1988)
        sàhǎnuòfū, [薩哈諾夫], (Andrei) Sakharov
        sàhǎnuòfūrénquánjiǎng, [薩哈諾夫人權獎], the EU Sakharov prize for human rights
        Sàgāxiàn, [薩嘎縣], Saga county, Tibetan: Sa dga' rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
        Sàgádáwájié, [薩噶達娃節], Tibetan festival on 15th April marking Sakyamuni's birthday
        Sàěrtú, [薩爾圖], Sa'ertu district of Daqing city 大慶|大庆[Dà qìng], Heilongjiang
        Sàěrtúqū, [薩爾圖區], Sa'ertu district of Daqing city 大慶|大庆[Dà qìng], Heilongjiang
        Sàěrzhōu, [薩爾州], Saarland, state of Germany, capital Saarbrücken 薩爾布呂肯|萨尔布吕肯[Sà ěr bù lǚ kěn]
        Sàěrbùlǚkěn, [薩爾布呂肯], Saarbrücken, capital of Saarland, Germany
        Sàěrpǔsībǎo, [薩爾普斯堡], Sarpsborg (city in Østfold, Norway)
        Sàěrhǔzhīzhàn, [薩爾滸之戰], Battle of Sarhu in 1619, in which the Manchus under Nurhaci 努爾哈赤|努尔哈赤 crushed fo...
        Sàěrwēnjiāng, [薩爾溫江], Salween river, flowing from Tibet into Myanmar
        Sàěrkēqí, [薩爾科奇], Sarkozy (name)/Nicolas Sarkozy (1955-), French politician, President from 2007
        Sàěrkēqí, [薩爾科齊], Nicolas Sarkozy (1955-), French UMP politician, President 2007-2012/also written...
        Sàbādéluó, [薩巴德羅], Zapatero (name)/José Luis Zapatero (1960-), Spanish PSOE politician, prime minis...
        Sàlādīng, [薩拉丁], Saladin (c. 1138-1193)
        Sàlāgēsà, [薩拉戈薩], Zaragoza, Spain
        SàlāsēnDìguó, [薩拉森帝國], Saracen Empire (medieval European name for Arab empire)
        Sàmóyé, [薩摩耶], Samoyed (dog)
        Sàmóyēquǎn, [薩摩耶犬], Samoyed (dog)
        Sàmólín, [薩摩麟], Samotherium (early giraffe)
        Sàsīkǎtōng, [薩斯卡通], Saskatoon city, Saskatchewan, Canada
        Sàsīkāchèwēn, [薩斯喀徹溫], Saskatchewan province, Canada
        sàsībìng, [薩斯病], SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)
        SàsāngWángcháo, [薩桑王朝], Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)
        SàshānWángcháo, [薩珊王朝], Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)
        SàwǎHé, [薩瓦河], Sava River, flowing through Southeast Europe
        Sàkēqí, [薩科齊], Nicolas Sarkozy (1955-), French UMP politician, President 2007-2012
        Sàmǐrén, [薩米人], the Sami people, indigenous people in northern Scandinavia
        Sàdámǔ·Hóusàiyīn, [薩達姆・侯賽因], Saddam Hussein
        Sàjiā, [薩迦], Sa'gya town and county, Tibetan: Sa skya, in Shigatse prefecture, central Tibet/...
        Sàjiāxiàn, [薩迦縣], Sa'gya county, Tibetan: Sa skya rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
        Sàdíkè, [薩迪克], Sadiq or Sadik (name)/Ali al-Sadik, Sudanese diplomat, spokesman for Sudan Forei...
        Sàlǐjùn, [薩里郡], Surrey (county in south England)
        SàfēiWángcháo, [薩非王朝], Persian Safavid Dynasty 1501-1722
        Sàmǎlánqí, [薩馬蘭奇], Juan Antonio Samaranch (1920-), Spanish Olympic official, President of Internati...
        Sàmòsāitèjùn, [薩默塞特郡], Somerset county in southwest England
        XūkōngzàngPúsà, [虛空藏菩薩], Akasagarbha Bodhisattva
西         XīSàmóyà, [西薩摩亞], Western Samoa
        GuānshìyīnPúsà, [觀世音菩薩], Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion or Goddess of Mercy (Sanskrit Avalokiteśv...
        GuānyīnPúsà, [觀音菩薩], Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion or Goddess of Mercy (Sanskrit Avalokiteśv...
        Háosàyǔ, [豪薩語], the Hausa language
        Dálánsàlā, [達蘭薩拉], Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh, north India, home of Tibetan government in exile
        DálèisīSàlāmǔ, [達累斯薩拉姆], Dar es Salaam (former capital of Tanzania)
        JīngāngshǒuPúsà, [金剛手菩薩], Vajrapani Bodhisattva
        Jīngāngsàduǒ, [金剛薩埵], Vajrasattva
        Xīlākùsà, [錫拉庫薩], Syracuse, Sicily
        ĀkèsàiHāsàkèzúzìzhìxiàn, [阿克塞哈薩克族自治縣], Aksai Kazakh autonomous county in Jiuquan 酒泉, Gansu
        Āhèdìsàlǐ, [阿赫蒂薩里], Martti Ahtisaari (1937-), Finnish diplomat and politician, veteran peace negotia...
        WéituóPúsà, [韋馱菩薩], Skanda, the general or guardian Bodhisattva
        Mǎsàzhūsài, [馬薩諸塞], Massachusetts, US state
        LóngshùPúsà, [龍樹菩薩], Nagarjuna (Nagarjuna Bodhisattva)

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