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  1. (referring to a woman) Saint.

Origin of Ste.

From the French word Sainte
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Examples from the Web for ste

Historical Examples

  • The 'Edinburgh' Ste—, and you have known me all these years!

    From a Cornish Window

    Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

  • If I'd gi'en ye the sack i'ste'd o' the pump, where 'ud they be, eh?

    Into the Highways and Hedges

    F. F. Montrsor (Frances Frederica)

  • Nu cwy se trahtnere, "t rihtlice is gecweden, t he ste fter his upstige, foran e deman gedafna setl."

  • Mam me daba a leer las cartas de tu padre, y como en ellas haca tantas alabanzas de ti, yo deca: "ste debiera ser mi marido."

    Doa Perfecta

    Benito Prez Galds

  • Ste Austreberte, the daughter cell of St Saëns, was hardly more than a grange with a chapel attached.


British Dictionary definitions for ste

Ste

abbreviation for
  1. Saint (female)

Word Origin

French Sainte
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