Answers Contain "Saint"

Can you guess these answers that contain the word Saint?
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Last updated: December 11, 2016
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First submittedNovember 20, 2010
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Very large breed of dog
Saint Bernard
Another name for Santa Claus
Saint Nicholas
Saint who slew a dragon
Saint George
Patron saint of Ireland
Saint Patrick
Caribbean island that
is half French, half Dutch
Saint Martin
Paris's top soccer team
The first pope
Saint Peter
November 1 holiday
All Saints' Day
December 26 holiday
St. Stephen's Day
City on the confluence of the
Missouri and Mississippi rivers
St. Louis
London's tallest cathedral
Saint Paul's
Location of the world's oldest
golf course
St Andrews
Volcano in Washington state that
erupted in 1980
Mount St. Helens
What LDS means to a Mormon
Latter Day Saints
Seaway that connects the
Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean
St. Lawrence
Most populous island in the
U.S. Virgin Islands
Saint Thomas
Capital of Newfoundland
St. John's
Oldest city in the United States
Saint Augustine
French luxury brand initials YSL
Yves Saint Laurent
Patron saint of lost causes
Saint Jude
Level 74
Aug 28, 2014
Great quiz! Very good variety.
Level 72
Aug 28, 2014
Rather unfortunate name for Saint Jude's Children's Hospital, eh?
Level 51
Aug 25, 2015
I think that might be why it's called that; their last hope? I could be wrong.
Level 85
Sep 24, 2015
Founder Danny Thomas was a devout catholic, and as a young man, promised to build a shrine to the saint, if he ever became successful.
Level 69
May 27, 2017
Shouldn't Anthony also be acceptable for the lost cause saint?
Level 66
May 31, 2017
Lost things ≠ Lost causes
Level 65
Jun 2, 2017
St John shouldn't be an acceptable answer for the capital of NFLD. St John's is the capital of NFLD and St John is a city in New Brunswick. Two different places.
Level 89
Dec 23, 2019
I agree, there's a lot of confusion between the 2.

Also, Johns isn't acceptable without St or Saint before it, even though St John is. The only one on the quiz that requires St to be typed. It might discourage people who think they're wrong.

Level 78
Nov 4, 2020
I was gonna say exactly the same thing. All the other answers allowed just the other words (ie, the Saint(s) to St or St. part wasn't required). I was beginning to question myself, as o knew it was St John's. Time ran out and I didn't get the point. I also didn't get St Jude, but that's my own fault.
Level 60
Jun 25, 2019
Rita definitely is another patron saint for lost causes and should be an accepted answer
Level 59
Jan 28, 2020
You accept Paul for St Paul's but not Stephen for St Stephen's day.Boo.
Level ∞
Jan 28, 2020
We do accept Stephen.
Level 77
Oct 5, 2022
My uncle thought he was Saint Jerome.
Level 67
Nov 1, 2022
The Saint-Hubert is also a large breed of dogs
Level 66
Nov 1, 2022
Questions about North America - 7

Questions not about North America - 7

Generic Saints questions - 6


Level 89
Nov 1, 2022
Well to be fair there's also a lot of Sans and Santas in North America.
Level 82
Nov 2, 2022
Why :/ ? There are reasons why there are a lot of things named after saints in North America.
Level 59
Nov 2, 2022
all those years of Catholic school finally paid off!
Level 35
Nov 2, 2022
What about New Orleans Saints?
Level 75
Nov 3, 2022
Saint Augustine isn't the oldest city in the US. It is, however, the oldest continually-existing, European-founded city in the mainland US, but that's so many caveats it's hardly an interesting fact.

This is doubly confusing since a city with a more valid claim to that title, San Juan, is also named for a saint and is not accepted as a type-in.

Level 21
Nov 10, 2022
"another name for Santa Claus" more like his real actual name.
Level 73
Jan 26, 2023
Good quiz. I scored 19/20, as I was stumped about the London cathedral. Thanks!