Saïs

Saïs, a city of ancient Egypt, on the delta, on the right bank of the W. branch of the Nile; gave name to two Egyptian dynasties founded by natives of it, was a religious centre, and eventually for a time capital, the temple of which was said to contain a veiled statue which became a subject of legend.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Saintsbury, George * Saivas
St. Thomas
St. Thomas's
Saint-Victor, Paul de
St. Vincent
St. Vincent, Cape
St. Vincent, John Jervis, Earl
Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin
Sainte-Claire Deville, Henri Étienne
Saintes
Saintsbury, George
Saïs
Saivas
Saki
Sakuntala
Sakyamuni
Sala, George Augustus
Salaam
Saladin
Salamanca
Salamander
Salamis