Definition of Cyprian, St in English:

Cyprian, St

proper noun

  • (d.258), Carthaginian bishop and martyr. The author of a work on the nature of true unity in the Church in its relation to the episcopate, he was martyred in the reign of the Roman emperor Valerian. Feast day, 16 or 26 September.

Pronunciation:

Cyprian, St

/ˈsɪprɪən/