Anselm

[ an-selm ]

noun
  1. Saint, 1033–1109, archbishop of Canterbury: scholastic theologian and philosopher.

  2. Also An·sel [an-suhl, -sel]. /ˈæn səl, -sɛl/. a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “divine” and “helmet.”

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Anselm

/ (ˈænsɛlm) /


noun
  1. Saint. 1033–1109, Italian Benedictine monk; archbishop of Canterbury (1093–1109): one of the founders of scholasticism; author of Cur Deus Homo? (Why did God become Man?). Feast day: Aug 21

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