Definition of Wenceslas, St in English:

Wenceslas, St

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(also Wenceslaus)
  • (Circa 907–29), Duke of Bohemia and patron saint of the Czech Republic; also known as Good King Wenceslas. He worked to Christianize the people of Bohemia but was murdered by his brother; he later became venerated as a martyr. Feast day, 28 September.

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