Bridget
biographical name see Brigit

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Bridget — f Irish, Scottish, and English: Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Brighid. This was the name of an ancient Celtic goddess, of uncertain origin; it is unlikely to be connected with Gaelic brígh strength, force, since this word has a long vowel.… …   First names dictionary

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  • Bridget — Bridget1 [brij′it] n. [Ir Brighid, lit., strong, lofty < IE base * bhereg̑h , high > BARROW2] a feminine name: equiv. Ger. & Fr. Brigitte Bridget2 [brij′it] 1. Saint (A.D. 452? 523?); Ir. abbess: a patron saint of Ireland: her day is Feb. 1 …   English World dictionary

  • Bridget — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Bridget imagesize= caption= pronunciation= gender = meaning = Strong willed region = origin = Irish related names = Brigitte footnotes = Bridget may refer to: People and fictional characters *Bridget (given name) …   Wikipedia

  • Bridget — (1303–73)    Saint, Mystic and Order Founder.    Bridget was the daughter of a governor of Upland in Sweden. She married at a very early age, had eight children and was appointed lady inwaiting to the Queen of Sweden. In about 1340 she began to… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Bridget — noun Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453 523) • Syn: ↑Saint Bridget, ↑St. Bridget, ↑Brigid, ↑Saint Brigid, ↑St. Brigid, ↑Bride, ↑Saint Bride, ↑St. Bride …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bridget — englische Form von → Brigitte (Bedeutung: die Erhabene). Namensträgerin: Bridget Fonda, US amerikanische Schauspielerin …   Deutsch namen

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  • Bridget — /brij it/, n. 1. Saint. See Brigid, Saint. 2. a female given name. * * * …   Universalium

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