a person who saves, rescues, or delivers:
the savior of the country.
(initial capital letter) a title of God, especially of Christ.
(initial capital letter) Classical Mythology. an epithet of Artemis.
a person who rescues another person or a thing from danger or harm
(Christianity) Jesus Christ regarded as the saviour of men from sin
one who saves from any form or degree of evil. In its highest sense the word indicates the relation sustained by our Lord to his redeemed ones, he is their Saviour. The great message of the gospel is about salvation and the Saviour. It is the “gospel of salvation.” Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ secures to the sinner a personal interest in the work of redemption. Salvation is redemption made effectual to the individual by the power of the Holy Spirit.
noun 1. Svetlana (svɛtˈlɑːnə). born 1949, Soviet cosmonaut, the first woman to walk in space (1984). She was elected to the former Soviet parliament (1989)
noun 1. a department in E France. 2389 sq. mi. (6185 sq. km). Capital: Chambéry. 2. French name of Savoy. noun 1. a department of E France, in Rhône-Alpes region. Capital: Chambéry. Pop: 386 246 (2003 est). Area: 6188 sq km (2413 sq miles) 2. the French name for Savoy1
[sav-wahr-fair; French sa-vwar-fer] /ˈsæv wɑrˈfɛər; French sa vwarˈfɛr/ noun 1. knowledge of just what to do in any situation; tact. savoir-faire /ˈsævwɑːˈfɛə/ noun 1. the ability to do the right thing in any situation
[sav-wahr-vee-vruh, -veev; French sa-vwar-vee-vruh] /ˈsæv wɑrˈvi vrə, -ˈviv; French sa vwarˈvi vrə/ noun 1. knowledge of the world and the ways or usages of polite society. savoir-vivre /ˈsævwɑːˈviːvrə/ noun 1. familiarity with the customs of good society; breeding