[kyoo-zuh] /ˈkyu zə/ (Show IPA), 1401–1464, German cardinal, mathematician, and philosopher.
German Nikolaus von Cusa.
Grand Duke, 1856–1929, Russian general in World War I.
Saint, flourished 4th century a.d, bishop in Asia Minor: patron saint of Russia; protector of children and prototype of the legendary Santa Claus.
a male given name: from Greek words meaning “victory” and “people.”.
Saint (“Nicholas the Great”) died a.d. 867, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 858–867.
1796–1855, czar of Russia 1825–55.
Saint. 4th-century ad bishop of Myra, in Asia Minor; patron saint of Russia and of children, sailors, merchants, and pawnbrokers. Feast day: Dec 6 See also Santa Claus
Saint, called the Great. died 867 ad, Italian ecclesiastic; pope (858–867). He championed papal supremacy. Feast day: Nov 13
1796–1855, tsar of Russia (1825–55). He gained notoriety for his autocracy and his emphasis on military discipline and bureaucracy
noun 1. a suburb of Paris in N France. noun 1. a town in N France, on the Seine: an industrial suburb of Paris; famous flea market. Pop: 39 722 (1999)
noun 1. another name for African violet
- Saint peter port
noun 1. a port and resort in the Channel Islands: the capital of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, on the E coast of the island of Guernsey. Pop: 28 310 (2001)
- Saint Phalle
[seynt fahl; French san fal] /ˌseɪnt fɑl; French sɛ̃ ˈfal/ noun 1. Niki de [nik-ee duh;; French nee-kee duh] /ˈnɪk i də;; French niˈki də/ (Show IPA), 1930–2002, French sculptor and painter.