Definition of Bernard, St in English:

Bernard, St

Line breaks: St Ber|nard
Pronunciation: /ˈbəːnəd
( Circa 996-circa 1081), French monk who founded two hospices for travellers in the Alps. The St Bernard passes, where the hospices were situated, and St Bernard dogs are named after him. Feast day, 28 May.

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