Word: saint

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Related words: saint

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Synonyms: saint

holy person, angel, holy man, nonpareil, ideal, paragon, nonesuch, nonsuch, apotheosis

Translations: saint

spanish
san, santo


german
ideal, heilige, heiliger, sankt

french
sacrée, saint, sacré, idéal

italian
santo

portuguese
santo, santa, ideal

dutch
ideaal, heilige

russian
преподобный, угодник, священный, святой, пуританин

norwegian
helgen

swedish
helgon

finnish
pyhä, pyhimys, ihanteellinen

danish
helgen, sankt, i Saint

czech
svatý

polish
święty, święta

hungarian
szent, Saint, szentet

turkish
aziz, mükemmel, ideal

greek
άγιος, άγια

ukrainian
священний, святий, пуританин

albanian
shenjt, shenjtor, shenjti, shenjtë

bulgarian
светец, Свети, Saint, Сен, светия

belarusian
святой, святы, Сьвятой, сьвяты, св

estonian
pühak, püha

croatian
sv., svetiti, posvetiti, svetac

icelandic
dýrlingur, Saint, Sankti, heilög, í Saint

lithuanian
pavyzdys, idealas

latvian
paraugs, ideāls

macedonian
светителот, светец, светител, Свети, светецот

romanian
ideal, sfânt

slovenian
svatá

slovak
svätec

Popularity stats: saint

Most searched by regions

Missouri, Minnesota, Florida, Vermont, Illinois

Most searched by cities

Port St. Lucie, Saint Paul, Saint Cloud, St. Louis, St. Petersburg

The meaning and "use of": saint

noun
  • a person acknowledged as holy or virtuous and typically regarded as being in heaven after death.
  • used in titles of religious saints.

verb
  • formally recognize as a saint; canonize.

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