Definition of San Fernando Valley

1. Noun. A fertile valley in southern California to the north of Los Angeles; includes many residential communities.

Group relationships: Ca, Calif., California, Golden State
Generic synonyms: Vale, Valley



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Lexicographical Neighbors of San Fernando Valley

SanDI endonuclease
San Andreas Fault
San Andreas fault
San Andreas faults
San Angelo
San Antone
San Antonio
San Bernadino
San Carlos
San Carlos Apache
San Diegan
San Diegans
San Diego
San Diego Bay
San Diego–Tijuana
San Fernando Valley (current term)
San Fran
San Franciscan
San Franciscans
San Francisco
San Francisco Bay
San Joaquin River
San Joaquin Valley
San Joaquin Valley disease
San Joaquin Valley fever
San Joaquin fever
San Jose
San Jose scale
San José
San Juan

Literary usage of San Fernando Valley

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Report (1902)
"Applying these figures we find the total discharge from the high mountains of the San Fernando Valley to be ae follows: ESTIMATED DISCHARGE OF THE MOUNTAIN ..."

2. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1892)
"It is divided properly into several large valley regions: the San Fernando Valley on the northwest, separated from the coast and Los Angeles Plain by the ..."

3. Report of the Conservation Commission of the State of California: January 1 by California Conservation Commission, George Cooper Pardee, Frank Adams, Sidney T. Harding, Ralph D. Robertson, C. E. Tait, Charles Hamilton Lee (1912)
"San Fernando Valley is a basin 101150 acres in extent, lying north and west of ... There is comparatively little drainage to San Fernando Valley from the ..."

4. Report of the State Engineer of California, on Irrigation and the Irrigation by California Office of State Engineer, William Hammond Hall (1888)
"Mormon Canon Works and Projects: Diversion Dam and Canal; Storage Works and Possibilities ; San Fernando Valley Water Company. SECTION I. THE CANADA AND ..."

5. Guidebook of the Western United States: Part C. The Santa Fe Route with a by Nelson Horatio Darton (1915)
"This range consists entirely of granitic At Burbank the Coast Line turns off westward from the Valley Line and enters San Fernando Valley, noted for its ..."

6. Guidebook of the Western United States by Joseph Silas Diller (1916)
"At Burbank the Coast Line turns off westward from the Valley Line and enters San Fernando Valley, noted for its large production of hay and fruit. ..."

7. Annual Report (1902)
"Applying these figures we find the total discharge from the high mountains of the San Fernando Valley to be ae follows: ESTIMATED DISCHARGE OF THE MOUNTAIN ..."

8. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1892)
"It is divided properly into several large valley regions: the San Fernando Valley on the northwest, separated from the coast and Los Angeles Plain by the ..."

9. Report of the Conservation Commission of the State of California: January 1 by California Conservation Commission, George Cooper Pardee, Frank Adams, Sidney T. Harding, Ralph D. Robertson, C. E. Tait, Charles Hamilton Lee (1912)
"San Fernando Valley is a basin 101150 acres in extent, lying north and west of ... There is comparatively little drainage to San Fernando Valley from the ..."

10. Report of the State Engineer of California, on Irrigation and the Irrigation by California Office of State Engineer, William Hammond Hall (1888)
"Mormon Canon Works and Projects: Diversion Dam and Canal; Storage Works and Possibilities ; San Fernando Valley Water Company. SECTION I. THE CANADA AND ..."

11. Guidebook of the Western United States: Part C. The Santa Fe Route with a by Nelson Horatio Darton (1915)
"This range consists entirely of granitic At Burbank the Coast Line turns off westward from the Valley Line and enters San Fernando Valley, noted for its ..."

12. Guidebook of the Western United States by Joseph Silas Diller (1916)
"At Burbank the Coast Line turns off westward from the Valley Line and enters San Fernando Valley, noted for its large production of hay and fruit. ..."

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