If your name is Savannah, you find that you are driven to succeed in everything you do, especially in career, business, and financial matters. That’s a good thing, because those with the name Savannah have incredible potential in just these areas, and are likely to find themselves as high-raking executives, managers, and even CEOs. Your people skills are second to none, and your ability to manage a group of people and orchestrate all the details is truly extraordinary. But even while you concentrate on the details, you never lose sight of the big picture . . . thus giving you your true gift and talent. You are a natural problem solver, and you work hard to bring the best out of every individual, team, and situation that you are placed in. One thing you need to be aware of is a tendency to be overly critical and argumentative with others. This is because of your hard-driving nature. You expect the very best of yourself at all times, and you expect nothing less from those around you!
You appreciate quality in all things, so you enjoy the best that life has to offer and that money can buy—from art to music, clothing to food and wine. Fortunately for you, your business and leadership abilities give you the means to achieve these ends, and you are destined for success!
The girls’ name Savannah is an American original that comes from the city of Savannah, Georgia. Savannah was founded on the banks of the Savannah River in 1733. It is believed that the name of the river came from the name of the Native American Shawnee tribe who lived near the river. The name Shawnee derived from the Algonquian word “shawno”, meaning “southerner.” Savanna or savannah is also a broad, open grassy plain, particularly in Africa.
The name Savannah has been used in the United States for over 100 years, but it was primarily used in the South. By the early 1920s, it had pretty much fallen from popular use altogether. But it suddenly returned in 1983 (probably because of a 1982 movie called “Savannah Smiles.”) It found its way to Top 50 status, and it has stayed between Top 100 and Top 50 ever since.
While the most famous Savannah of all is the East Coast city of Savannah, Georgia (brought to the limelight by the book and film “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”, there are also several famous people named Savannah. We begin with American journalist Savannah Guthrie and actress Savannah Stehlin. We should also include American singer Savannah Outen, and American-English designer Savannah Miller. There is also a young reality TV Savannah, that’s Savannah Jane Masche, one of the sextuplets from the show "Raising Sextuplets".