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This name derives from the Latin name “Sanctius”, from “sanctus”, meaning “saintly, holy, blessed”, from the Latin “festum Omnium Sanctorum”, “the feast of All Saints, All Saints' Day.” A saint is one who has been recognized for having an exceptional degree of holiness, sanctity, and virtue. The English word saint is from the Latin sanctus, in origin a term in indigenous tradition connected to the name of the god Sancus, but in Christian context used to translate the Ancient Greek hagios (ἅγιος), derived from the verb hagiazo (ἁγιάζω), which means "to set apart", "to sanctify" or "to make holy".

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