[san-mor-dey-fo-sey] /sɛ̃ mɒr deɪ fɒˈseɪ/
a town in N central France, near Paris, on the Marne River.
a town in N France, on the River Marne: a residential suburb of SE Paris. Pop: 73 069 (1999)
or Saint-Maurice [san maw-rees] /sɛ̃ mɔˈris/ noun 1. a river in S Quebec, Canada, flowing S and SE to the St. Lawrence River at Three Rivers: lower course in valley called La Mauricie. 325 miles (523 km) long.
noun 1. a town in NE France, on the Meuse River, NW of Nancy: captured by American forces 1918. Saint-Mihiel /French sɛ̃mjɛl/ noun 1. a village in NE France, on the River Meuse: site of a battle in World War I, in which the American army launched its first offensive in France
noun 1. a seaport in W France, on the Loire estuary. Saint-Nazaire /French sɛ̃nazɛr/ noun 1. a port in NW France, at the mouth of the River Loire: German submarine base in World War II; shipbuilding. Pop: 65 874 (1999)
- Saint nicholas
noun 1. of Cusa [kyoo-zuh] /ˈkyu zə/ (Show IPA), 1401–1464, German cardinal, mathematician, and philosopher. German Nikolaus von Cusa. 2. Grand Duke, 1856–1929, Russian general in World War I. 3. Saint, flourished 4th century a.d, bishop in Asia Minor: patron saint of Russia; protector of children and prototype of the legendary Santa Claus. 4. a […]