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Sergius I

[sur-jee-uh s] /ˈsɜr dʒi əs/
noun
1.
died a.d. 701, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 687–701.

Sergius II

noun
1.
died a.d. 847, pope 844–847.

Sergius III

noun
1.
died a.d. 911, pope 904–911.

Sergius IV

noun
1.
died 1012, pope 1009–12.
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  • Or was she related in either of these ways to sergius Thord?

    Temporal Power Marie Corelli
  • In general in the seventh year of his life in the monastery sergius grew weary.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • Leroy and one or two of the others rose in alarm, thinking he had swooned, but sergius Thord warned them back by a sign.

    Temporal Power Marie Corelli
  • The exchange into the metropolitan monastery was an important event in sergius's life.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • sergius was giving back; only his superlative skill had saved him thus far from the blinding speed of the Cimmerian's onslaught.

    Shadows in the Moonlight Robert E. Howard
  • This general had been the commander of the regiment in which sergius had served.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • sergius galloped close behind him, careless and abstracted, his rein lying loose on his charger's steaming neck.

    The Lion's Brood Duffield Osborne
  • It was Father sergius's sixth year as a recluse, and he was now forty-nine.

    Father Sergius Leo Tolstoy
  • Then, too, there was less work now for sergius, even such as it was.

    The Lion's Brood Duffield Osborne
Word Origin and History for sergius

Sergius

masc. proper name, from Latin, of Etruscan origin.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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