Definition of Hilda, St in English:

Hilda, St

Line breaks: St Hilda
Pronunciation: /ˈhɪldə
 
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( 614–80), English abbess. Related to the Anglo-Saxon kings of Northumbria, she founded a monastery for both men and women at Whitby around 658, and was one of the leaders of the Celtic Church delegation at the Synod of Whitby. Feast day, 17 November.

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