St. Bernard (def 3).
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.
Little, a mountain pass between SE France and NW Italy, in the Alps, S of Mont Blanc. 7177 feet (2185 meters) high.
one of a breed of very large dogs having a massive head and a dense coat, bred in the Swiss Alps as guide dogs and used to rescue lost, snowbound travelers.
a large breed of dog with a dense red-and-white coat, formerly used as a rescue dog in mountainous areas
- 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
noun 1. a city in and the capital of the Côtes-du-Nord, in W France. Côtes-du-Nord [koht-dy-nawr] /koʊt düˈnɔr/ noun 1. a department in NW France. 2787 sq. mi. (7220 sq. km). Capital: Saint-Brieuc. Saint-Brieuc /French sɛ̃briø/ noun 1. a market town in NW France, near the N coast of Brittany. Pop: 46 087 (1999) Côtes-du-Nord […]
noun 1. a city in and the capital of the Côtes-du-Nord, in W France.
- Saint celestine
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 432, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 422–432. noun 1. Saint (Pietro di Murrone or Morone) 1215–96, Italian ascetic: pope 1294.