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James, St1 British & World English

An Apostle, son of Zebedee and brother of John; known as St James the Great. He was put to death by Herod Agrippa I; afterwards, according to a Spanish tradition, his body was taken to Santiago de Compostela. Feast day, 25 July

James, St2 British & World English

An Apostle; known as St James the Less. Feast day (in the Eastern Church) 9 October; (in the Western Church) 1 May

James, St3 British & World English

Leader of the early Christian Church at Jerusalem; known as St James the Just or the Lord’s brother. He was put to death by the Sanhedrin. Feast day, 1 May

St James's Palace British & World English

A royal palace in London, built by Henry VIII on the site of an earlier leper hospital dedicated to St James the Less

Court of St James's British & World English

The British sovereign’s court

St James the Great in James, St1 British & World English

An Apostle, son of Zebedee and brother of John; known as St James the Great. He was put to death by Herod Agrippa I; afterwards, according to a Spanish tradition, his body was taken to Santiago de Compostela. Feast day, 25 July

St James the Less in James, St2 British & World English

An Apostle; known as St James the Less. Feast day (in the Eastern Church) 9 October; (in the Western Church) 1 May

St James the Just in James, St3 British & World English

Leader of the early Christian Church at Jerusalem; known as St James the Just or the Lord’s brother. He was put to death by the Sanhedrin. Feast day, 1 May

St James the Less in St James's Palace British & World English

A royal palace in London, built by Henry VIII on the site of an earlier leper hospital dedicated to St James the Less