Definition of Edward the Confessor, St in English:

Edward the Confessor, St

Line breaks: St Ed¦ward the Con|fes¦sor
  • (Circa 1003–66), son of Ethelred the Unready, king of England 1042–66. Famed for his piety, Edward founded Westminster Abbey, where he was eventually buried. Feast day, 13 October.

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