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Cris·pin(krĭs′pĭn), Saint Third century ad.
Roman shoemaker who with his brother Saint Crispinian sought to spread Christianity and was martyred.
(Biography) Saint, 3rd century ad, legendary Roman Christian martyr, with his brother Crispinian (krɪˈspɪnɪən): they are the patron saints of shoemakers. Feast day: Oct 25
Saint, martyred A.D. c285, Roman Christian missionary in Gaul: patron saint of shoemakers.