Definition of Dunstan, St in English:

Dunstan, St

Line breaks: St Dun|stan
Pronunciation: /ˈdʌnstən
( Circa 909–88), Anglo-Saxon prelate. As Archbishop of Canterbury he introduced the strict Benedictine rule into England and succeeded in restoring monastic life. Feast day, 19 May.

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