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  • n. A Christian symbol, common in Ireland, which combines the cross with a ring surrounding the intersection.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a Latin cross with a ring surrounding the intersection


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  • At Drake's Bay the chaplain of the Golden Hind held the first religious service in the English language on the American continent -- a service that is commemorated by a Celtic cross set up on a hill in Golden Gate

    Fascinating San Francisco

  • In the first are the bull standard and the Celtic cross, which were carried through the fields in ancient harvest festivals.

    The Jewel City

  • This beautifully carved Celtic cross is rendered in an ornate antique faux-verdigris finish.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

  • A former Port Authority officer, Bill Connors, gave DeVona a Celtic cross, cut from trade center steel. Top News Stories

  • Numerous granite monuments, and possibly others in red sandstone including the Fisher monument (1875) and Elizabeth Sharp Gregerson granitemarker in the form of a Celtic cross

    Forest Hills Cemetery


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