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St (plural SS or Sts)

  1. Abbreviation of Saint.
    • 2005, Julia M[ary] H[oward] Smith, “Rome and the Peoples of Europe”, in Europe after Rome: A New Cultural History 500–1000, Oxford University Press, →ISBN, section “Ideologies”, chapter section “Rome, ad 1027”, page 286:
      At Rome, the papal basilicas of St Peter and St Paul both lay outside the city walls: at Canterbury, Augustine founded an extramural burial church, dedicated to Sts Peter and Paul together.

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Used especially in various British place names.

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See also the lists of derived terms at saint and Saint

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  1. Abbreviation of Saturday.

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St (plural Sts)

  1. Abbreviation of Saint.

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