Saint (“Apostle of the Slavs”) a.d. 827–869, Greek missionary to the Moravians.
a male given name.
Saint (Apostle of the Slavs) a.d. c825–885, Greek missionary in Moravia (brother of Saint Cyril).
Saint. ?827–869 ad, Greek Christian theologian, missionary to the Moravians and inventor of the Cyrillic alphabet; he and his brother Saint Methodius were called the Apostles of the Slavs. Feast day: Feb 14 or May 11
Saint, with his younger brother Saint Cyril called the Apostles of the Slavs. 815–885 ad, Greek Christian theologian sent as a missionary to the Moravians. Feast day: Feb 14 or May 11
Saint (“Apostle of the Slavs”) a.d. 827–869, Greek missionary to the Moravians. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Charles played saxophone, and Cyril, the youngest, played congas and sang like no tomorrow. The Cradle of Jazz, Blues and Gospel Endlessly Rocking Jason Berry April 24, 2014 While the hat is the kind Uncle Jolly used […]
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