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santinbanco
Saltimbanco Sal`tim*ban"co, n. [It., literally, one who leaps or mounts upon a bench; saltare to leap + in in, upon + banco a bench.] A mountebank; a quack. [Obs.] [Written also santinbanco.] Saltimbancos, quacksalvers, and charlatans. --Sir T. Browne.

Meaning of santi from wikipedia

- santi may refer to: santi (album), a 2007 album by 'the academy is ' santi, burkina faso, a village in burkina faso brenden santi (born 1993), australian-italian
- grand-santi is a commune of french guiana, an overseas region and department of france located in south america. the commune was originally called
- brenden santi (born 5 august 1993) is an australian professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the sydney roosters in the national rugby
- santi-veena is the title of two thai films, both directed by tawee na bangchang (marut) and written by vichit kounavudhi: santi-veena (1954 film), a 1954
- santi quattro coronati is an ancient basilica in rome, italy. the church dates back to the 4th (or 5th) century, and is devoted to four anonymous saints
- santi marcellino e pietro may refer to: santi marcellino e pietro al laterano: roman catholic church on via merulana at via labicana santi marcellino e
- santi chaiyaphurk (thai สันติ ไชยเผือก) is a thai football coach. while at pattaya united, he was the legend and the captain of the club. s.league: champion
- grand-santi airport (iata: gsi, icao: sogs) is an airport serving grand-santi, a commune of french guiana. french guiana portal aviation portal list
- santi giovanni e paolo may refer to: john and paul, not the apostles, but two soldiers martyred for their faith in the years 361-363 santi giovanni e paolo