Agnes

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Ag·nes

 (ăg′nĭs), Saint Died c. ad 304.
Roman Christian who, according to tradition, was martyred as a virgin at the age of 13. She is the patron saint of young girls.
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Agnes

(ˈæɡnɪs)
n
(Biography) Saint. ?292–?304 ad, Christian child martyr under Diocletian. Feast day: Jan 21
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Ag•nes

(ˈæg nɪs)

n.
Saint, A.D. 292?–304?, Christian martyr.
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Translations
Anežka
Agnes
Aune
Ágnes
Agnes
Agnieszka
Inês
Agnes

Agnes

[ˈægnɪs] NInés
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