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Sergius I

[sur-jee-uh s] /ˈsɜr dʒi əs/
noun
1.
died a.d. 701, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 687–701.

Sergius II

noun
1.
died a.d. 847, pope 844–847.

Sergius III

noun
1.
died a.d. 911, pope 904–911.

Sergius IV

noun
1.
died 1012, pope 1009–12.
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  • It had never occurred to Father sergius that he could cure the sick.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • Father sergius knew this common, cold, conventional, and most irreligious type.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • Now he had been told that Father sergius wrought cures, and had brought her to him.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • In general in the seventh year of his life in the monastery sergius grew weary.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • The exchange into the metropolitan monastery was an important event in sergius's life.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • sergius sternly declined, but was horrified by the definiteness of his desire.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • This general had been the commander of the regiment in which sergius had served.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • I have thought about you, sergius my son, and prayed also, and this is what God has suggested to me.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • It was Father sergius's sixth year as a recluse, and he was now forty-nine.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
Word Origin and History for sergius

Sergius

masc. proper name, from Latin, of Etruscan origin.

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