Patrick

[n] - Apostle and patron saint of Ireland
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Patrick

Saint Patrick noun Apostle and patron saint of Ireland; an English missionary to Ireland in the 5th century
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Patrick

[given name] Patrick in its earliest form, can be found as the name derived from the Latin name Patricius (patrician, i.e. `nobleman`). Owing to the importance of Saint Patrick in Irish history, it is an especially popular name in Ireland. Other versions of Patrick include Padraic, Pádraig, Pat, Rick, Ricky, Patricia and the diminutive Pad...
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Patrick

[shoe company] Patrick is a sportswear company headquartered in Oudenaarde, East Flanders, Belgium. ==History== Patrick, originally Patrick-Chaussures Techniques, was founded by Patrice Beneteau in 1892. The shoes were manufactured in a small factory in Vendée, France. Sportsmen who wore Patrick for notable events include Jacques Anquetil ...
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Patrick

Patrick is a Latin name for boys. The meaning is `from noble descent` The name Patrick is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Patrizia What do they use in other countries? Patricia (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Romaniann) Patrice (French) Patsy Patty (English) Trisa The name sou...
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Patrick

Type: Term Pronunciation: pat′rik Definitions: 1. Hugh T., U.S. neurologist, 1860-1938. See: Patrick test
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