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Ansgarius

[ans-gair-ee-uh s] /ænsˈgɛər i əs/
noun
1.
Latin name of Ansgar.
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  • Ansgarius, St., supposed to have been the compiler of the Biblia Pauperum, 94.

  • And you would be an Ansgarius and introduce Christianity on the skerry?

    On the Seaboard August Strindberg
  • Ansgarius pinned his faith to what he found in his book; and there it was nothing but war after war.

    Tales of Two Countries Alexander Kielland
  • Ansgarius was a clever boy, who had all his dates at his fingers' ends; but he had no idea of the meaning of time.

    Tales of Two Countries Alexander Kielland
  • But for Ansgarius the little traffic that came their way was an inexhaustible source of excitement.

    Tales of Two Countries Alexander Kielland
  • "Three phaetons are coming with townspeople in them," said Ansgarius, and dismounted with an abashed air.

    Tales of Two Countries Alexander Kielland
  • In 1835 Fahlcrantz brought out the first part of his epic of Ansgarius, which was completed in 1846, in 14 cantos.

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