Definition of St. Bruno

1. Noun. (Roman Catholic Church) a French cleric (born in Germany) who founded the Carthusian order in 1084 (1032-1101).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of St. Bruno

St. Augustine
St. Augustine grass
St. Baeda
St. Barbara's herb
St. Basil
St. Basil the Great
St. Beda
St. Bede
St. Benedict
St. Bernard
St. Bernards
St. Boniface
St. Bride
St. Bridget
St. Brigid
St. Bruno (current term)
St. Catharines
St. Christopher
St. Christopher-Nevis
St. Cloud
St. Crispin
St. Dabeoc's heath
St. David
St. Denis
St. Dominic
St. Edward the Confessor
St. Edward the Martyr
St. Elias Mountains
St. Elias Range
St. Elmo's fire

Literary usage of St. Bruno

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"The first idea of St. Bruno on leaving Reims seems to have been to place himself and nis companions under the direction of an eminent solitary, St. Robert, ..."

2. Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings edited by John Denison Champlin, Charles Callahan Perkins (1887)
"Meeting of St. Bruno and Count Roger. Filhol, v. PL 301; Landon, Musée, viii. PL 28. ... Hi я excellence as a fresco painter Vision of St. Bruno, Guercino, ..."

3. The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Other Principal Saints by Alban Butler (1866)
"St. Bruno, BISHOP OF SEGNI, C. HE was of the illustrious family of the lords of Asti in Pie- mont, and born near that city. From his cradle he considered ..."

4. Italy: With Sketches of Spain and Portugal by William Beckford (1835)
"Marvellous events relating to St. Bruno. — Retire to my cell Strange writings ... Death of St. Bruno.—His translation. THE coadjutor seemed charmed with the ..."

5. Annals of the Artists of Spain by Sir William Stirling Maxwell (1891)
"St. Bruno, notable as having held for a -while the bones of Columbus, rich in Gothic and plateresque architecture, in sumptuous tombs, plate, and jewels, ..."

6. Legends of the Monastic Orders by Jameson (Anna), Estelle May Hurll (1895)
"St. Hugo, bishop of Grenoble, invests St. Bruno with the habit of his Order. 12. ... Though in this picture, and others of the same subject, St. Bruno is ..."

7. Lives and Legends of the English Bishops and Kings, Medidval Monks, and by N. D'Anvers (1904)
"The former series includes: St. Bruno and other scholars listening to the instructions of Dr. Raymond, who is addressing them from a pulpit; ..."

8. Lives and Legends of the English Bishops and Kings, Medidval Monks, and by N. D'Anvers (1904)
"The former series includes: St. Bruno and other scholars listening to the instructions of Dr. Raymond, who is addressing them from a pulpit; ..."

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