Christopher, Saint_Christopher, St._Christopher
Meaning: Christian martyr and patron saint of travellers (3rd century)
"Never fear, Christopher.
Of Christopher Wren I need not say much.
"Go and feel of it, Christopher," Mr. Wicker urged.
I chose the Duke of Wellington and two sons, Christopher North and Co., and Mr. Abernethy.
"I don't think uncle Christopher would look at all well like Charles the Fifth," said Lily.
"Do you suppose Christopher Columbus would have taken all that trouble just to go to the Opera with the Selfridge Merrys?"
Therefore his wife was not surprised although the dusk was falling, that farmer Christopher should be at work in 'blind man's holiday,' as we call it.
Thomas was twenty-eight and Nancy twenty-three when their wedding day came. Christopher Columbus Graham, when almost one hundred years old, gave the following description of the marriage feast of the Lincoln bride and groom:
Henry continued desirous of cementing a union with the German Protestants; and for that purpose he sent Christopher Mount to a congress which they held at Brunswick; but that minister made no great progress in his negotiation.
The Editor is Mr. Christopher North, an old man seventy-four years of age; the 1st of April is his birth-day; his company are Timothy Tickler, Morgan O'Doherty, Macrabin Mordecai, Mullion, Warnell, and James Hogg, a man of most extraordinary genius, a Scottish shepherd.