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Chris·to·pher(krĭs′tə-fər), Saint fl. third century ad.
Christian martyr often depicted as a giant who converted to Christianity and thereafter devoted himself to carrying travelers across a river. His feast, July 25, was dropped from the Catholic liturgical calendar in 1969.
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(Biography) Saint. 3rd century ad, Christian martyr; patron saint of travellers
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Chris•to•pher(ˈkrɪs tə fər)
Saint, died A.D. c250, Christian martyr.
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