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Saint Patrick's Day

n.
March 17, observed by some Christians in honor of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, and often celebrated secularly in honor of Irish culture and heritage.

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n.
March 17, observed in honor of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.
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Noun1.Saint Patrick's Day - a day observed by the Irish to commemorate the patron saint of IrelandSaint Patrick's Day - a day observed by the Irish to commemorate the patron saint of Ireland
day - a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
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