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Related words: Wales national saint, St. David's Day, is St. David a real person, St. David's Day history, national day of Wales
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n.• Saint David (noun)
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St. David (from Old Welsh: Dewi David, meaning "David the Beautiful") is a patron saint in Wales and England. The saint is believed to have lived in the 6th century, in either Powys or Dyfed, to the south of what is now Wales. According to tradition, David was a courtier of King600 of Gwent, who admired his piety. One day, when David was out walking by the river Celli collaborative, a boar attacked him, but he was able to slay it with his sword. This act won the king's admiration, and he made David his courtier.
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