Stanislaus

[stan-is-laws, -lous]
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noun

a male given name.

Stanislaus I

noun

Stanislaus Leszczynski, 1677–1766, king of Poland 1704–09, 1733–35.
Also Stan·is·las I [stan-is-luh s, -lahs] /ˈstæn ɪs ləs, -ˌlɑs/.
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Historical Examples of stanislaus

  • Beautiful Nancy still lifts her gates of gold in the Place of Stanislaus.

  • The exercise would only give me an appetite—so that I should enjoy my breakfast after reaching the Stanislaus.

    Lost Lenore

    Charles Beach

  • Within two months, Charles and Stanislaus had cut them up in detail, or driven them over the border.

  • He absconded from his mission to the river of Stanislaus, of which he was a native.

  • King Stanislaus gazed at the highly expensive but forbidding-looking edifice toward which Florimel pointed.