San Jose, San Diego, La Jolla, Los Angeles, San Francisco Answer that answer is exactly right. Other California cities with Spanish names are: Modesto, Los Banos, Sacramento, San Jose, Santa Cruz, Vallejo, Salida, Manteca, Santa Barbara, San Mateo, San Juan Bautista, Santa Ana, Santa Clara, Santa Clarita, Costa Mesa, Fresno, La Brea, Los Gatos, Monterey, Sonora, Madera, El Cerrito, San Pablo, Solano, Rio Vista, Benicia, Nevada City, Alta Sierra, Merced, Mariposa, Don Pedro, El Portal, Martinez, San Ramon, San Leandro, Alameda, Ventura, and many more.
Some in California:Sacramento- The Sacrament,Indio- Indian,Escondido- Hidden,Santa Cruz- Holy Cross,Soledad- Loliness,Redondo- Straightforward,Monte Vista- Hilltop View,Vista- View or Prospect.Any cities beginning with Los or Las ('the'in Spanish, masculine or feminine), Any cities beginning with San or Santa ('saint' in Spanish, masculine or feminine).(Florida state: which means 'florid' or 'flowery' in Spanish)- Boca Raton- Mouth of the rat.(Colorado state: which means 'colored' in Spanish) La Junta- the Joint or Council.
There are probably hundreds of cities that are Spanish names, First some basics, any city begining with San or Santa is a Spanish name, San or Santa meaning Saint. So San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Barbra, Santa Cruz, San Juan, San Diego, the list is endless.Any City whose name is opened by an El or La or Los or Las meaning THE is usually a Spanish Name. El Paso, Las Guinetas, Los Banos.Furthermore, cities within states once owned by Spain are very likely to be connected to Spain with spanish names, states like California, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Utah, Montana, Florida, Puerto Rico, Nevada are all states containing many Spanish state and city names
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