San Marcos

EnglishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Spanish "Saint Mark", also known as Mark the Evangelist.

PronunciationEdit

  • (US) IPA(key): /sæn ˈmɑɹkəs/, /sæn ˈmɑɹkoʊs/

Proper nounEdit

San Marcos

  1. A village and rural municipality of Salta Province, Argentina.
  2. A town in Antioquia department, Colombia.
  3. A town in Sucre department, Colombia.
  4. The capital city of Tarrazú canton, San José, Costa Rica, also known as San Marcos de Tarrazú.
  5. An urban parish of Quito, Ecuador.
  6. A municipality and suburb of San Salvador, El Salvador.
  7. A city and municipality, the capital of San Marcos department, Guatemala.
  8. A municipality of Ocotepeque department, Honduras.
  9. A municipality of Santa Bárbara department, Honduras.
  10. An island in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
  11. A town, a municipal seat in San Marcos, Guerrero, Mexico.
  12. A town and municipality of Jalisco, Mexico.
  13. A municipality of Carazo department, Nicaragua.
  14. A town, the capital of San Marcos, Cajamarca department, Peru.
  15. A city in San Diego County, California, United States: San Marcos, California.
  16. A city, the county seat of Hays County, Texas, United States: San Marcos, Texas.
  17. A river in Texas, United States: the San Marcos River.

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SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˌsam ˈmaɾkos/, [ˌsãm ˈmaɾ.kos]

Proper nounEdit

San Marcos m

  1. A department of Guatemala
  2. A province of Cajamarca, Peru

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