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Pronunciation  [sa]
Region of origin  Portugal
Meaning  hall, large room later address or lodging

is a Portuguese surname, derived from the word "sala" meaning "large room" or "hall", which later in Portugal came to acquire the meaning of address or lodging, becoming a habitational name.


It may refer to:


  • Alfredo de Sá Cardoso, Portuguese politician and Prime Minister during the First Republic
  • André Sá, Brazilian tennis player
  • Armando Sá; Mozambican footballer
  • Ary de Sá, Brazilian long jumper
  • Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo, 1st Marquess of Sá da Bandeira, Portuguese politician and Prime Minister during the Constitutional Monarchy
  • Estácio de Sá, Portuguese military officer and founder of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil
  • Francisco de Sá Carneiro, Portuguese politician and former Prime Minister
  • Francisco de Sá de Miranda, Portuguese poet of the Renaissance
  • Francisco Sá, retired Argentine footballer
  • Gustavo Nery de Sá da Silva, Brazilian footballer
  • Luiza Sá, Brazilian musician
  • Manuel de Sá, Portuguese Jesuit theologian and exegete
  • Mário de Sá-Carneiro, Portuguese poet and writer
  • Mem de Sá, Portuguese Governor-General of Brazil
  • Ricardo Sá Pinto, Portuguese retired footballer
  • Roberta Sá, Brazilian singer
  • Roger De Sá, South African football manager
  • Rui de Sá, Angolan politician
  • Wanda Sá, Brazilian bossa nova singer and guitarist
  • Other

  • Bacalhau à Gomes de Sá, traditional Portuguese dry cod recipe named for Gomes de Sá
  • Francisco de Sá Carneiro Airport, in Porto, Portugal
  • Universidade Estácio de Sá, University in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Universidade Estácio de Sá Futebol Clube, Brazilian football team
  • References

    Sá Wikipedia