Saint, a.d. 251?–356? Egyptian hermit: founder of Christian monasticism.
[brou-nel] /ˈbraʊ nɛl/ (Show IPA), 1820–1906, U.S. reformer and suffragist.
a male given name: from Latin Antonius, a family name.
Saint. ?251–?356 ad, Egyptian hermit, commonly regarded as the founder of Christian monasticism. Feast day: Jan 17
- Saint austell
/ˈɔːstəl/ noun 1. a town in SW England, in S Cornwall on St Austell Bay (an inlet of the English Channel): centre for the now-declining china clay industry; the Eden Project, a rainforest environment in the world’s largest greenhouse, is nearby; administratively part of St Austell with Fowey 1968-74. Pop (with Fowey): 22 658 (2001)
[san-bahr-teyluh-mee] /sɛ̃ bɑr teɪləˈmi/ noun 1. (Saint Bartholomew; Saint Barts; Saint Barths) a resort island in the West Indies, in the Leeward Islands, part of the French department of Guadeloupe. 6900; 8 sq. mi. (21 sq. km). Saint-Barthélemy /sɛ̃barteɪleɪmɪ/ noun 1. an island in the E Caribbean, in the Leeward Islands, belonging to France (as […]
noun 1. St. Bernard (def 3). noun 1. Great, a mountain pass between SW Switzerland and NW Italy, in the Pennine Alps: Napoleon led his army through it in 1800; location of a hospice. 8108 feet (2470 meters) high. 2. Little, a mountain pass between SE France and NW Italy, in the Alps, S of […]
- Saint bernard pass
noun 1. either of two passes over the Alps: the Great St Bernard Pass 2472 m (8110 ft) high, east of Mont Blanc between Italy and Switzerland, or the Little St Bernard Pass 2157 m (7077 ft) high, south of Mont Blanc between Italy and France