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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}
Saint Lucian lucianisch
Saint LucianLucianer {m}
Saint Lucian [female] Lucianerin {f}
Saint Lucia's night [also: St. Lucia's night, St Lucia's night]Luziennacht {f} [auch: Luciennacht] [Nacht des 13. Dezembers]
Saint Mark the Evangelist (heiliger) Johannes Markus {m}
Saint Mark the Evangelist (heiliger) Evangelist {m} Markus
Saint Martin Saint-Martin {n}
Saint Martin's summer [Br.] [dated] [also: St Martin's summer](später) Nachsommer {m} [im November (Martini-Sommer)]
Saint Martin's summer [Br.] [dated] [also: St Martin's summer] Martini-Sommer {m} [ugs.] [auch: Martinisommer] [Nachsommer im November]
Saint Martin's summer [Br.] [dated] [also: St Martin's summer]Martinssommer {m} [ugs.] [Nachsommer im November]
Saint Mary Magdalene (heilige) Maria Magdalena {f}
Saint Mary's thistle [Silybum marianum] Mariendistel {f}
Saint Mary's thistle [Silybum marianum] Christi Krone {f}
Saint Mary's thistle [Silybum marianum]Donnerdistel {f}
Saint Mary's thistle [Silybum marianum]Fieberdistel {f}
Saint Mary's thistle [Silybum marianum]Frauendistel {f}
Saint Mary's thistle [Silybum marianum] Heilandsdistel {f}
Saint Maximilian Mary Kolbeheiliger Pater {m} Maximilian Kolbe
Saint Maybe [Anne Tyler]Fast ein Heiliger
Saint Monday [coll.]blauer Montag {m} [ugs.]
Saint Monica heilige Monika {f} von Tagaste
Saint Nicholas Sankt Nikolaus {m}
Saint Nicholas [Nikolaos of Myra] Nikolaus {m} von Myra
Saint Nicholas' DaySankt-Nikolaus-Tag {m}
Saint Nicholas's sack Sack {m} des Nikolaus
Saint Nino's crossKreuz {n} der Heiligen Nino
Saint Norbert of Xanten heiliger Norbert {m} von Xanten
saint of the day Tagesheiliger {m}
Saint Otto of BambergApostel {m} der Pommern [ugs.] [Otto I von Bamberg, Otto von Mistelbach]
Saint Paisios of Mount Athos Altvater {m} Paisios vom Berg Athos
Saint Pancras(heiliger) Pankratius {m}
Saint Patrick(heiliger) Patrick {m} von Irland
Saint Patrick's cross Patrickskreuz {n}
Saint Patrick's saltire Patrickskreuz {n}
Saint Peter heiliger Petrus {m}
Saint Peter Chanel (heiliger) Pierre Chanel {m}
Saint Peter's cross Petruskreuz {n}
Saint Petersburg Sankt Petersburg {n}
Saint Petersburg [Florida] Saint Petersburg {n}
Saint Philip Neri (heiliger) Philipp Neri {m}
Saint Pio of Pietrelcina <Padre Pio>heiliger Pio da Pietrelcina {m} <Pater Pio>
Saint Pius V(heiliger) Pius V. {m}
Saint Polycarp heiliger Polykarp {m} von Smyrna
Saint Ralph [Michael McGowan] Saint Ralph – Wunder sind möglich
Saint Roch (heiliger) Rochus {m} [auch: Sankt Rochus] [Volksheiliger, nicht kanonisiert]
Saint Rosaliaheilige Rosalia {f}
Saint Sarah [also: Sara-la-Kali] [patron saint of the Romani] Schwarze Sara {f} [Heilige, Patronin der Roma und Sinti]
Saint Scholastica(heilige) Scholastika {f} von Nursia
Saint Sebastian heiliger Sebastian {m}
Saint Sepulcher [Am.]Heiliges Grab {n}
Saint Sepulchre [Br.] Heiliges Grab {n}
Saint Stanislaus (heiliger) Stanislaus {m} von Krakau
Saint Sylvester I (heiliger) Silvester I. {m}
Saint Sylvester's DaySilvestertag {m}
Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross [Edith Stein]heilige Schwester Teresia Benedicta a Cruce {f} [Edith Stein]
Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus and of the Holy Face heilige Therese {f} vom Kinde Jesus und vom Heiligen Antlitz [Therese von Lisieux]
Saint Thomas ChristiansThomaschristen {pl}
Saint Valentine's Day [February 14] St. Valentinstag {m} [14. Februar] [übliche Form; die korrekten Formen „St.-Valentins-Tag“ oder „St.-Valentinstag“ sind nicht üblich]
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines <.vc> St. Vincent / Grenadinen {pl}
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines <.vc> St. Vincent und die Grenadinen {pl}
Saint Vincent de Paul heiliger Vinzenz {m} von Paul
Saint Vitus (heiliger) Veit {m}
[Saint Nicholas or his companion, Servant Rupert; German folklore] Pelzmärtel {m} [regional] [bes. fränkisch] [Nikolaus und/oder sein Gehilfe, Knecht Ruprecht]
(Saint) Albert the Great [Albertus Magnus](Sankt) Albert {m} der Große [Albertus Magnus; auch: Albrecht der Große, Albert der Deutsche, Albert von Lauingen, Albertus Teutonicus, Albertus Coloniensis]
(Saint) Cyprian (of Carthage) [Thascius Caecilius Cyprianus] (heiliger) Cyprian {m} von Karthago
(Saint) Dionysius the Areopagite Dionysius Areopagita {m} [auch: Dionysius Areopagites]
(Saint) Dionysius the AreopagiteDionysios {m} der Areopagite [Dionysius Areopagita]
(Saint) Elizabeth / Elisabeth of Thuringia-Hungary(heilige) Elisabeth {f} von Thüringen [auch: ... von Ungarn]
(Saint) Ignatius bean [Strychnos ignatii / ignatia] Ignatiusbohne {f}
(Saint) Ignatius bean [Strychnos ignatii / ignatia] Ignatius-Brechnuss {f}
(Saint) Ignatius bean [Strychnos ignatii / ignatia] Ignatius-Bohnenbaum {m}
(Saint) John Baptist de la Salle (heiliger) Johann Baptist {m} de la Salle
(Saint) John of Damascus(heiliger) Johannes {m} von Damaskus
(Saint) John the Baptist (der Heilige) Johannes {m} der Täufer
(Saint) Justin Martyr (heiliger) Justin {m} der Märtyrer [heiliger Justinus]
(Saint) Mary Magdalene (heilige) Maria {f} von Magdala
(Saint) Mary Magdalene(heilige) Maria {f} aus Magdala
(Saint) Petersburgian(Sankt) Petersburger {m}
(Saint) Thomas SundayThomassonntag {m}
(Saint) Thomas SundayThomas-Sonntag {m}
(Saint) Tikhon of Zadonsk (heiliger) Tichon {m} von Sadonsk
(Saint) Trudpert Song of Songs (Sankt) Trudperter Hoheslied {n}
(Saint) Ulrich of Augsburg [sometimes spelled Uodalric or Odalrici] [Bishop of Augsburg, Germany](heiliger) Ulrich {m} von Augsburg [Uodalricus (lateinisch) oder Uodalrîh (althochdeutsch)]
sainted geheiligt
sainted [place] geweiht
saintessHeilige {f}
Saint-Étienne Saint-Étienne {n}
sainthood Heiligtum {n}
sainthoodHeiligkeit {f}
saintlikewie ein Heiliger
saintlinessHeiligkeit {f}
saintliness Frömmigkeit {f}
saintliness Heiligmäßigkeit {f}
saintlinesstrallala Heiligmäßigkeit {f}
saintly heilig
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