Anthony of Padua

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Anthony of Pad·u·a

 (păj′o͞o-ə, păd′yo͞o-ə), Saint 1195-1231.
Portuguese-born Franciscan friar who was a renowned preacher.
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Anthony of Padua

n
(Biography) Saint. 1195–1231, Franciscan friar, who preached in France and Italy. Feast day: June 13
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An′tho•ny of Pad′ua

(ˈæn tə ni, -θə-)
n.
Saint,
1195–1231, Franciscan monk and preacher in Italy and France.
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