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Page 6/15. 286 Saint names and what they mean, for saint for baby boys, listing 101-120.
David .. Saint David (sixth century) is the patron saint of Wales ..
Declan .. The name of an Irish saint (sixth century) ..
Delphin .. Saint Delphin (fourth century) was a French bishop ..
Demetrius .. Saint Demetrius (fourth century), together with Saint George, was patron saint of the Crusaders ..
Denis .. Saint Denis (third century) was the first bishop of Paris and is the patron saint of France ..
Desiderio .. Saint Desiderius was a seventh-century bishop and martyr in France ..
Dionysius .. Also the name of a man converted by Saint Paul, and traditionally considered the first bishop of Athens ..
Dominic .. Saint Dominic was the founder of an important monastic order ..
Don .. Donnan was a seventh-century Irish saint ..
Dunstan .. Saint Dunstan (10th century) restored the monastery system in England after the devastating Viking raids of previous decades.
Edan .. A saint's name.
Edgar .. Name of an English king and saint, Edgar the Peaceful (10th century), who was the father of two other saints, Edward and Edith ..
Edmund .. Name of several early royal and saintly figures, including a popular king and saint of East Anglia in the ninth century ..
Edward .. King Edward the Confessor (11th century) was also a saint and came to be venerated in Europe as a model of a Christian king ..
Edwin .. Saint Edwin (seventh century) was king of Northumbria and a martyr ..
Efisio .. Saint Paul wrote two of his letters to the Ephesians ..
Egbert .. Name of two eighth-century English saints and a ninth-century king of Wessex ..
Eilian Name of a sixth-century Welsh saint, to whom a church has been dedicated as well as a miracle-working well.
Eligius .. Saint Eligius was a seventh-century French metalworker and engraver of coins who later founded a monastery and a convent .. He is patron saint of blacksmiths, watchmakers, and those who care for horses .. Literary: Chaucer, in "The Canterbury Tales" (14th century) wrote "By Saint Loy", using the common medieval form of the name.
Elmo .. Italian form of Anselm and a short form of Erasmus, the name of a fourth-century bishop-martyr who is patron saint of sailors .. The electrical phenomenon sometimes seen in the rigging of ships at sea is called Saint Elmo's fire, and is said to be a sign of his protection ..
David, Demetrius, Denis, Dominic, Don, Edgar, Edmund, Edward, Edwin and Elmo are commonly used names, while Declan, Delphin, Desiderio, Dionysius, Dunstan, Edan, Efisio, Egbert, Eilian and Eligius are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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