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St. Helena

[huh-lee-nuh]
noun
1.
a British island in the S Atlantic: Napoleon's place of exile 1815–21. 47 sq. mi. (122 sq. km).
2.
a British colony comprising this island, Ascension Island, and the Tristan da Cunha group. 126 sq. mi. (326 sq. km). Capital: Jamestown.
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Helena

[hel-uh-nuh; for 3 also huh-lee-nuh]
noun
1.
Saint, c247–c330, mother of Constantine I.
2.
a city in and the capital of Montana, in the W part.
3.
a female given name, form of Helen.
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Helena1 (ˈhɛlənə)
 
n
a city in W Montana: the state capital. Pop: 26 718 (2003 est)

Helena2 (hɛlənə)
 
n
Saint. ?248--?328 ad, Roman empress, mother of Constantine I. After converting to Christianity (313) she made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land (?326) where she supposedly discovered the cross on which Christ died. Feast day: May 21

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