Definition of Saint Saviour in English:

Saint Saviour

(US Saint Savior)

noun

  • (A title of) God or (more usually) Christ, conceived of as offering salvation to mankind and redemption from sin, used in the names of various churches, orders, etc., especially (a) a monastic order founded by St Bridget of Sweden in 1350; (b) the cathedral church of Rome, usually called St John Lateran.

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in Arthour and Merlin. From saint + saviour, after post-classical Latin Sanctus Salvator.

Pronunciation

Saint Saviour

/s(ə)nt ˈseɪvjə//seɪnt ˈseɪvjə/