Definition of Margaret, St in English:

Margaret, St

Line breaks: St Mar|ga¦ret
Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːgrɪt
 
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( Circa 1046–93), Scottish queen, wife of Malcolm III. She exerted a strong influence over royal policy during her husband’s reign, and was instrumental in the reform of the Scottish Church. Feast day, 16 November.

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