Associations to the word «St»


ST, interjection. Expressing a sudden desire for silence.
ST, noun. Abbreviation of street. (Usually as “st.” Also as “st”. Sometimes capitalized.)
ST, noun. Abbreviation of Saint. (Always capitalized.)
ST, noun. Abbreviation of state.
ST, noun. Abbreviation of stone. (Unit of measuring weight, not capitalized.)
ST, noun. Abbreviation of store. (As in a shopping center.)
ST, noun. (knitting) Abbreviation of stitch.
ST, symbol. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Sao Tome and Principe.
ST, symbol. Saxony-Anhalt, a federal state of Germany.
ST, symbol. Central Sulawesi, a province of Indonesia.
ST, proper noun. (computing) Atari ST
ST, verb. Someone who acts as a game master (GM) in a tabletop role-playing game, especially any of the games produced by White Wolf.
ST, letter. A ligature of the letters st, with a “belt” drawn between the upper-right terminus of the ‘s’ and the top of the ascender of the ‘t’; compare ſt
ST, letter. A ligature from the letters ſ and t; compare st.
ST, noun. Abbreviation of Saint.
ST ALBANS, proper noun. A town in Hertfordshire, England.
ST ANDREWS, proper noun. A city in Scotland, named after St. Andrew the Apostle. It is the home of golf.
ST ASAPH, proper noun. The second-smallest city in the United Kingdom, located in Denbighshire, Wales.
ST BARTHOLOMEW'S DAY MASSACRE, proper noun. Alternative form of St. Bartholomew's Day massacre
ST CATZ, proper noun. (UK) (Oxford University) (slang) St Catherine's College, Oxford
ST DAVID'S, proper noun. The smallest city in the United Kingdom, located in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
ST GEORGE'S CHANNEL, proper noun. The channel connecting the Irish Sea to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest.
ST GILES' GREEK, proper noun. (cant) A secret language, as spoken by beggars and thieves.
ST HELENS, proper noun. A town in north-west England.
ST HELENS, proper noun. Mount Saint Helens.
ST IGNATIUS' BEAN, noun. (botany) The seed of the tree Strychnos ignatii, with similar properties to nux vomica.
ST JAMES'S, proper noun. (UK) St James's Park in London.
ST JAMES'S, proper noun. (UK) the area of London surrounding the above park.
ST JAMES'S PALACE, proper noun. The office of the sovereign of the United Kingdom.
ST JAMES'S PALACE, proper noun. (informal) The St James's Palace Stakes.
ST JOHN, proper noun. Alternative form of Saint John
ST JOHN, proper noun. A Norman surname from one of the many places in France named Saint-Jean, with a church dedicated to a Saint John.
ST JOHN, proper noun. A male given name transferred from the surname.
ST JOHN'S BREAD, noun. Alternative spelling of Saint John's bread
ST JOHN'S WORT, noun. Any of several plants, of the genus Hypericum, especially Hypericum perforatum, that have yellow flowers and traditionally ward off evil.
ST JOHN'S WORT, noun. (uncountable) The plant prepared as a medication.
ST JOHN'S WORTS, noun. Plural of St John's wort
ST KILDA, proper noun. An archipelago in the westernmost part of the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
ST KILDA, proper noun. Any of various localities in Australia, New Zealand and Canada, named for the archipelago.
ST MARTIN'S SUMMER, noun. (British spelling) Alternative spelling of St. Martin's summer
ST MARY'S, proper noun. The largest of the Isles of Scilly.

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