Definition of St. Andrew

1. Noun. (New Testament) disciple of Jesus; brother of Peter; patron saint of Scotland.

Exact synonyms: Andrew, Saint Andrew, Saint Andrew The Apostle
Category relationships: New Testament
Generic synonyms: Apostle, Saint



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Lexicographical Neighbors of St. Andrew

Srebrenica
Sri Frederick Handley Page
Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka rupee
Sri Lankan
Sri Lankan Sign Language
Sri Lankan monetary unit
Sri Lankans
Srikakulam
Srimati
Srinagar
Sseses
St.-Bruno's-lily
St. Ambrose
St. Andrew (current term)
St. Andrew's Cross
St. Andrew's cross
St. Anselm
St. Anthony's cross
St. Anthony's crosses
St. Anthony's fire
St. Athanasius
St. Augustine
St. Baeda
St. Barbara's herb
St. Basil
St. Basil the Great
St. Beda

Literary usage of St. Andrew

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1. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Albert Pike (1874)
"GRAND SCOTTISH KNIGHT OF St. Andrew. A MIRACULOUS tradition, something like that connected with the labarum of Constantine, hallows the Ancient Cross of St. ..."

2. Dictionary of Painters and Engravers: Biographical and Critical by Michael Bryan (1886)
"(From the church of St. Andrew at Antwerp.) trait of the Virgin, &c. 1602. (Parts of the icings are by Otho van Veen and Marten ..."

3. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1888)
"Treasures [P] pass away from all under heaven." The Legend of St. Andrew, in the Vercelli Book, tells how St. Matthew visited the heathen ..."

4. A survey of London by John Stow (1842)
"On the other side, at the very corner, standeth the ¬ęparish church of St. Andrew, in the which church, or near thereunto, was sometime ki-pt a grammar ..."

5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"There are reasons of weight to regard the work as having been composed, together with the Acts of St. Peter, and probably those of St. Andrew, by a single ..."

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