Definition of Brendan, St in English:

Brendan, St

Line breaks: St Bren|dan
Pronunciation: /ˈbrɛndən
( Circa 486-circa 575), Irish abbot. The legend of the ‘Navigation of St Brendan’ (circa 1050), describing his voyage with a band of monks to a promised land (possibly Orkney or the Hebrides), was widely popular in the Middle Ages. Feast day, 16 May.

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