Definitions for Benedictˈbɛn ɪ dɪkt
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Benedict, Ruth Benedict, Ruth Fulton(noun)
United States anthropologist (1887-1948)
Benedict, Saint Benedict, St. Benedict(noun)
Italian monk who founded the Benedictine order about 540 (480-547)
a newly married man (especially one who has long been a bachelor)
A newly married man, especially one who was previously a confirmed bachelor.
, best known for the sixth-century founder of the Benedictine order.
Origin: Sense "newly married man" from Benedicke (a variant of Benedict), a character in William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, 1598.
alt. of Benedick
having mild and salubrious qualities
Benedict is a small unincorporated town and census-designated place in Charles County, Maryland, United States located on the Patuxent River in southern Maryland. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 261.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the name of fourteen popes: B. I., from 574 to 575; B. II., from 684 to 685; B. III., from 855 to 858; B. IV., from 900 to 907; B. V., from 964 to 965; B. VI., from 972 to 974; B. VII., from 975 to 984; B. VIII., from 1012 to 1024; extended the territory of the Church by conquest, and effected certain clerical reforms; B. IX., from 1033 to 1048, a licentious man, and deposed; B. X., from 1058 to 1059; B. XI., from 1303 to 1304; B. XII., from 1334 to 1342; B. XIII., from 1724 to 1730; B. XIV., from 1740 to 1758. Of all the popes of this name it would seem there is only one worthy of special mention.
The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz
A married male. BENEDICTINE A married female. BENEDICTION Their children.
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