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Saint Albert the Great (heiliger) Albert {m} der Große
Saint Ambrose [Aurelius Ambrosius] (heiliger) Ambrosius {m}
Saint Angela Merici(heilige) Angela Merici {f}
Saint Anne Mother of the Blessed Virgin MaryAnna {f}, Mutter der Gottesmutter Maria
Saint Anselm of Canterbury(heiliger) Anselm {m} von Canterbury
Saint Anthony of Egypt heiliger Antonius {m} der Große
Saint Anthony of Padua (heiliger) Antonius {m} von Padua
Saint Anthony's fire [ergotism]Ignis sacer {n} [Antoniusfeuer]
Saint Athanasius(heiliger) Athanasius {m} der Große
Saint Augustine of Canterbury [1st Archbishop of Canterbury](heiliger) Augustinus {m} von Canterbury
Saint Augustine of Hippo (heiliger) Augustinus {m} von Hippo
Saint Barthélemy Saint-Barthélemy {n}
Saint BarthélemySankt Bartholomäus {n} [selten]
Saint BarthélemySt. Barths {n}
Saint BarthélemySt. Barth {n}
Saint Barthélemy Saint-Barth {n}
Saint Bartholomew the Apostle Apostel {m} Bartholomäus
Saint Basil the Great heiliger Basilius {m} von Caesarea
Saint Benedict(heiliger) Benedikt {m} von Nursia
Saint Benedict medalBenediktuspfennig {m}
Saint BernardBernhardiner {m}
Saint Bernard dogBernhardinerhund {m}
Saint Bernard of Clairvaux heiliger Bernhard {m} von Clairvaux
Saint Bibiana [also: Viviana, Vivian, Vibiana] heilige Bibiana {f} [auch Vivien, Viviane, Viviana]
Saint Birgitta(heilige) Birgitta {f} von Schweden
Saint Blaise (heiliger) Blasius {m} von Sebaste
Saint Bonaventure(heiliger) Bonaventura {m} (von Bagnoregio)
Saint Bruno of Cologne heiliger Bruno {m} der Kartäuser
Saint Bruno the Carthusian heiliger Bruno {m} der Kartäuser
Saint Catherine of Alexandria(heilige) Katharina {f} von Alexandrien
Saint Catherine of Siena(heilige) Katharina {f} von Siena
Saint Catherine's (Monastery) Katharinenkloster {n}
Saint Catherine's (Monastery) Katharinen-Kloster {n} [Rsv.]
Saint Clair River St.-Clair-Fluss {m}
Saint Clare Klara {f} von Assisi
Saint Clare of Assisiheilige Klara {f} von Assisi
Saint Croix macaw [Ara autocthones] [extinct] St.-Croix-Ara {m} [ausgestorben]
Saint Cyril of Jerusalem (heiliger) Kyrill {m} von Jerusalem
Saint Dionysius of Alexandria [named "the Great"] Dionysius {m} der Große [auch: Dionysius von Alexandria]
Saint Dominic heiliger Dominikus {m}
Saint Elias Mountains {pl} Eliaskette {f}
Saint Elmo Erasmus {m} von Antiochia [auch: Elmo, Herasmus, Rasmus, Rasimus, Ermo]
Saint Erasmus of FormiaErasmus {m} von Antiochia
Saint Fabian heiliger Fabian {m}
Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen(heiliger) Fidelis {m} von Sigmaringen
Saint FosterSankt Vedastus {m}
Saint Francisheiliger Franziskus {m}
Saint Francis de Sales heiliger Franz {m} von Sales
Saint Francis Xavierheiliger Franz Xaver {m}
Saint Fridolin (of Säckingen) [or Fridold] (heiliger) Fridolin {m} von Säckingen
Saint George's Day <St George's Day, St. George's Day> [April 23]Georgstag {m}
Saint George's Day <St George's Day, St. George's Day> [April 23]Georgi {m} [ugs.] [Georgitag]
Saint George's Day <St George's Day, St. George's Day> [April 23]Georgitag {m}
Saint George's sword [coll.] [Dracaena trifasciata, formerly: Sansevieria trifasciata]Beamtenspargel {m} [ugs.]
Saint George's sword [coll.] [Dracaena trifasciata, formerly: Sansevieria trifasciata] Bogenhanf {m} [Bogenhanfpflanze]
Saint George's sword [coll.] [dracaena trifasciata]Sansevieria trifasciata {f}
Saint Gregory the Great(heiliger) Gregor {m} der Große
Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha [Saint Helena and Dependencies until 2009] St. Helena, Ascension und Tristan da Cunha
Saint Helena crake [Porzana astrictocarpus] [extinct] St.-Helena-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena giant hoopoe [Upupa antaios] [extinct]St.-Helena-Wiedehopf {m} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena hoopoe [Upupa antaios] [extinct] St.-Helena-Wiedehopf {m} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena olive [Nesiota elliptica] [extinct] St.-Helena-Olivenbaum {m}
Saint Helena pound <SHP, £>St.-Helena-Pfund {n} <SHP, £>
Saint Helena rail [Porzana astrictocarpus] [extinct]St.-Helena-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena swamphen [Aphanocrex podarces] [extinct] St.-Helena-Ralle {f} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helenian von St. Helena
Saint HelierSaint Helier {n}
Saint Hilary of Poitiersheiliger Hilarius {m} von Poitiers
Saint Irenaeus (heiliger) Irenäus {m} von Lyon
Saint Isidore (of Seville) (heiliger) Isidor {m} von Sevilla
Saint James scallop [Pecten jacobaeus, syn.: P. intermedius, P. jacobeus, Ostrea jacobaea] Jakobsmuschel {f}
Saint James scallop [Pecten jacobaeus, syn.: P. intermedius, P. jacobeus, Ostrea jacobaea]Mittelmeer-Pilgermuschel {f}
Saint James scallop [Pecten jacobaeus, syn.: P. intermedius, P. jacobeus, Ostrea jacobaea]Pilgermuschel {f}
Saint Jean Vianney (the Curé of Ars) heiliger Jean-Baptiste Marie Vianney {m}, Pfarrer von Ars
Saint Joachim, father of the Blessed Virgin MaryJoachim {m}, Vater der Gottesmutter Maria
Saint Joan [George Bernard Shaw]Die heilige Johanna
Saint Joan of the Stockyards Die heilige Johanna der Schlachthöfe [Bertolt Brecht]
Saint John Bosco(heiliger) Johannes Bosco {m}
Saint John the ApostleApostel {m} Johannes
Saint John the Baptist's DayJohannistag {m}
Saint Johns Range Saint Johns Range {f}
Saint Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin MaryJosef {m}, Bräutigam der Gottesmutter Maria
Saint Joseph the Worker(heiliger) Josef {m} der Arbeiter
Saint Joseph's Day [March 19] Josefstag {m} [19. März]
Saint Joseph's Day [March 19] Josefitag {m} [auch Joseftag] [19. März]
Saint Joseph's Day [March 19] Josefi {m} [bayer.] [19. März]
Saint Joseph's Day [March 19] Josephinentag {m} [selten] [österr.] [Josefitag]
Saint Joseph's Day [March 19] Seppitag {m} [selten] [schweiz.] [Josefitag]
Saint Kitts and Nevis <.kn> St. Kitts und Nevis {n}
Saint Lawrence(heiliger) Laurentius {m} von Rom
Saint Lawrence Island shrew [Sorex jacksoni]St.-Lawrence-Rotzahnspitzmaus {f}
Saint Lawrence RiverSankt-Lorenz-Strom {m}
Saint Lawrence Seaway Sankt-Lorenz-Seeweg {m}
Saint Louis Saint Louis {n}
Saint Louisan [Einwohner von Saint Louis]
Saint Lucia <.lc> St. Lucia {n}
Saint Lucia <.lc> Saint Lucia {n}
Saint Lucia amazon [Amazona versicolor]Blaumaskenamazone {f}
Saint Lucia parrot [Amazona versicolor] Blaumaskenamazone {f}
Saint Lucia warbler [Dendroica delicata, syn.: Setophaga delicata]Luciawaldsänger {m}
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