Definition of Bridget

1. Noun. Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523).




Definition of Bridget

1. Proper noun. (Irish female given name). ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bridget

Brezhnevian
Brezhnevite
Brezhnevites
Bri
Brian
Briana
Brianna
Brianza
Briarean
Briccriu
Brice
Brickellia
Bricker operation
Bridgeport
Bridges
Bridget
Bridgetown
Bridlington
Bridport
Brie
Brig Bretach
Brigadoon
Brigadoons
Brigate Rosse
Brigg's test
Briggs
Brigham Young
Bright
Bright's disease

Literary usage of Bridget

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1860)
"bridget inherited the wit, coarseness, and love of jocularity which ... bridget Henley married their only son, George Fox Lane, who died before his father, ..."

2. Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms & Superstitions of Ireland: With Sketches of by Wilde (1902)
"ST, bridget. AT one time a certain leper came to St. bridget to beg a cow ... said the holy bridget, " to be healed of your disease or to have the cow ? ..."

3. Vital Records of Newburyport, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 by Newbury (Mass.), Essex Institute (1911)
"George and bridget, Mar. 7, 1764. Josiah Wood, s. George and bridget, Sept. i 2, ... George and bridget, July 8, 1766. Thomas, s. Thomas and Rebecca, Mar. ..."

4. Our Boys and Girls by Oliver Optic (1871)
"bridget, go into the court and bring the children home. ... Well, well, bridget, bring them quickly, and tell Dick to bring up dinner at once. bridget. ..."

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