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St. Mark's Basilica Markusdom {m}
St. Mark's fly [Bibio marci] Märzfliege {f}
St. Mark's fly [Bibio marci] Märzhaarmücke {f}
St. Mark's fly [Bibio marci] Markusfliege {f}
St. Mark's fly [Bibio marci] Markushaarmücke {f}
St. Mark's fly [Bibio marci] Märzenfliege {f}
St. Mark's fly [Bibio marci] Aprilfliege {f}
St. Mark's SquareMarkusplatz {m}
St Martha's-wood [Caesalpinia echinata, syn.: C. brasiliensis, Guilandina echinata] [brazilwood] Echter Brasilholzbaum {m}
St Martha's-wood [Caesalpinia echinata, syn.: C. brasiliensis, Guilandina echinata] [brazilwood] (Echtes) Brasilholz {n}
St. Martin of Tours hl. Martin von Tours {m}
St. Martin's Church [in Colmar]Martinsmünster {n} [in Colmar]
St. Martin's Day Martinstag {m}
St. Martin's DayMartini {n}
St. Martin's goose Martinsgans {f}
St. Martin's gooseMartinigansl {n} [österr.]
St. Martin's parade Martinsumzug {m}
St. Martin's procession Sankt-Martins-Umzug {m}
St. Martin's singing [Martinmas custom in various countries] Martinssingen {n}
St. Mary Magdalene's floodMagdalenenhochwasser {n}
St. Mary Major Maria Schneen {f}
St. Mary Major [basilica in Rome]Maria Schnee
St. Mary Major [Papal major basilica]Santa Maria Maggiore {f} [auch: Unsere Liebe Frau vom Schnee]
St Mary's Cathedral and St Michael's Church at Hildesheim Dom {m} und St. Michael zu Hildesheim
St. Mary's Chapel Marienkapelle {f} [auch: Marien-Kapelle]
St. Mary's ChurchMarienkirche {f}
St. Mary's fountain Marienbrunnen {m}
St. Mary's seal [Polygonatum biflorum, syn.: P. canaliculatum] [Solomon's seal]Zweiblütige Weißwurz {f}
St. Mary's thistle [Silybum marianum, syn.: Carduus marianus] Gemeine Mariendistel {f}
St. Matthew Passion [J. S. Bach and gen.] Matthäuspassion {f}
St. Matthias monarch [Monarcha menckei]Weißrückenmonarch {m}
St. Matthias monarch [Symposiachrus menckei, syn.: Monarcha menckei] Weißrückenmonarch / Weißrücken-Monarch {m}
St. Matthias rufous fantail [Rhipidura matthiae] Schwarzbrust-Fächerschwanz {m}
St. Michael's Church Michaeliskirche {f}
St. Michael's Church [Munich] St.-Michaels-Kirche {f} [München]
St. Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries [Harry Potter] St.-Mungo-Hospital {n} für magische Krankheiten und Verletzungen
St. Nicholashl. Nikolaus {m}
St. Nicholas [bringing gifts on the 5th or 6th of December] Nikolo {m} [österr.]
St. Nicholas costume [traditional bishop's chimere] Nikolauskostüm {n}
St. Nicholas' DayNikolaustag {m}
St. Nicholas' DayNikolotag {m} [österr.]
St. Nicholas market Nikolausmarkt {m}
St. Nick's Day [coll.] [Saint Nicholas Day] [6 December]Nikolaus {m} [oft ohne Artikel] [kurz für: Nikolaustag] [6. Dezember]
St. Patrick's Day St. Patrick's Day {m}
St. Paul [oratorio]Paulus [Oratorium] [F. Mendelssohn]
St. Paul IslandSankt-Paul-Insel {f}
St. Pauli Piers [St. Pauli Landing Stages / Bridges, Hamburg]St.-Pauli-Landungsbrücken {pl}
St. Paul's church Paulskirche {f}
St. Paul's church, Frankfurt [seat of the first German parliament] (Frankfurter) Paulskirche {f}
St. Peter's Peterskirche {f}
St. Peter's BasilicaPetersdom {m}
St. Peter's ChurchPeterskirche {f}
St. Peter's Church [Church of St. Peter] Petrikirche {f}
St Peter's fish Sankt / St. Petersfisch {m}
St. Peter's Square Petersplatz {m}
St. Peter's violet [Cyclamen balearicum] Balearisches Alpenveilchen {n}
St. Peter's violet [Cyclamen balearicum]Balearen-Alpenveilchen {n}
St. Peter's wort [Hypericum tetrapterum, syn.: H. quadrangulum]Geflügeltes Johanniskraut {n}
St. Peter's wort [Hypericum tetrapterum, syn.: H. quadrangulum] Flügel-Hartheu {n}
St. Peter's wort [Hypericum tetrapterum, syn.: H. quadrangulum] Flügel-Johanneskraut {n}
St. Petersburg [Russia] St. Petersburg {n} [Russland]
St. Petersburg International Economic Forum <SPIEF> Internationales Wirtschaftsforum {n} in St. Petersburg <SPIEF>
St. Petersburg Theological Academy (and Seminary) Geistliche Akademie {f} St. Petersburg
St Pierre [Zeus faber]Petersfisch {m}
St Pierre [Zeus faber] Heringskönig {m}
St Pierre [Zeus faber] Sonnenfisch {m}
St Pierre [Zeus faber] Christusfisch {m}
St Pierre [Zeus faber]Martinsfisch {m}
St Pierre [Zeus faber] Saint Pierre {m}
St. Pierre and Miquelon <.pm>St. Pierre und Miquelon
St Piran's Day [national day of Cornwall, 5 March every year] St.-Pirans-Tag {m} [Cornwall, GB]
St. Rochus CemeteryRochusfriedhof {m}
St. Sebaldus Church Sebalduskirche {f}
St. Sebaldus Church Kirche {f} St. Sebald
S-T segmentST-Strecke {f}
ST segment [ECG] ST-Strecke {f} [EKG]
St. Stephan's Day 2. Weihnachtsfeiertag {m}
St. Stephen [protomartyr] hl. Stephanus {m} [1. Märtyrer]
St. Stephen of Hungaryhl. Stephan I. {m} (von Ungarn)
St. Stephen's Cathedral [in Passau, Vienna etc.] Stephansdom {m}
St. Stephen's DayStefanstag {m}
St. Stephen's DayStephanstag {m}
St. Stephen's DayStefanitag {m}
St. Stephen's Day [Saint Stephen's Day] [26 December]Stephanustag {m} [26. Dezember]
St. Stephen's Purse [part of the imperial insignia of the Holy Roman Empire] Stephansbursa {f} [auch Stephansburse, Teil der Reichskleinodien des Heiligen Römischen Reiches]
St Swithin's / Swithun's day [15 July] [(Anglican) Church festival commemorating St Swithin] Sankt-Swithins-Tag {m} [Gedenktag von Swithin von Winchester, auch Swithun oder Svithun]
St. Thomas Aquinas hl. Thomas {m} von Aquin
St. Thomas Boys Choir {sg} [Leipzig] Thomaner {pl} [Thomanerchor]
St. Thomas Boys Choir [Leipzig] Thomanerchor {m}
St. Thomas canary [Neospiza concolor, syn.: Crithagra concolor] Einfarbgimpel {m} [auch: Einfarb-Gimpel]
St. Thomas canary [Neospiza concolor, syn.: Crithagra concolor]Einfarbgirlitz {m}
St. Thomas canary [Neospiza concolor, syn.: Crithagra concolor] Einfarbweber {m}
St. Thomas canary [Neospiza concolor, syn.: Crithagra concolor] Thomas-Dickschnabel-Weber {m}
St. Thomas Choir of LeipzigThomanerchor {m}
St. Thomas conure [Aratinga pertinax] St.-Thomas-Sittich {m}
St. Thomas' tree [Bauhinia tomentosa] [also: St. Thomas tree, St. Thomas-tree] Gelber Orchideenbaum {m}
St. Thomas's Day Thomastag {m}
St. Trinian's [Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson]Die Girls von St. Trinian
St. Ulrich's day [July 4th] (Sankt) Ulrichstag {m} [4. Juli] [Gedenktag zu Ehren von Ulrich von Augsburg]
St. Verena Heilige Verena {f}
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