- Saint,a.d. 389?–461?, British missionary and bishop in Ireland: patron saint of Ireland.
- (Curtis) Lester,1883–1960, Canadian ice-hockey player and manager, in the U.S. after 1926.
- a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “patrician.”
Examples from the Web for patrick
Patrick Klugman, the deputy mayor of Paris, said: “We are living our kind of 9/11,” he said.France Kills Charlie Hebdo Murderers
January 9, 2015
Patrick Lynch, had said that De Blasio should stay away from the funerals of any police officers killed in the line of duty.Two Cops ‘Assassinated’ in Brooklyn
December 21, 2014
Patrick, who is openly gay and escaped the church with Fenner, is coming to their defense.
“I knew it was a lie from the beginning,” Patrick told WLOS.
Those cops included Lt. Philip Chan and Lt. Patrick Sullivan.Protesters Slimed This Good Samaritan Cop
December 16, 2014
Now it was that the world was to see what was in Sir Patrick.Tales And Novels, Volume 4 (of 10)
Bradbury and Patrick were served very much in the same manner.Ned Myers
James Fenimore Cooper
"I know what your end will be," Patrick Galway added in a sullen voice.Changing Winds
St. John G. Ervine
Patrick had always looked upon the boy with a pride not unmixed with awe.The Elm Tree Tales
F. Irene Burge Smith
Why, Patrick, what puts the notion of a gridiron into your head?The Universal Reciter
- Saint. 5th century ad, Christian missionary in Ireland, probably born in Britain; patron saint of Ireland. Feast day: March 17
Word Origin and History for patrick
masc. proper name, from Old Irish Patraicc (Irish Padraig), from Latin Patricius, literally "a patrician" (see patrician). As a given name, chiefly in northern England and Scotland, in Ireland only a popular name after 1600, due probably to the Scots settlers in Ulster. [Reaney]