Saints is the plural form of saint.


usage note
When used along with the name of the saint, "saint" in Spanish becomes "san": ex. "San Marcos." "Santo Domingo" and "Santo Tomás" are two exceptions to this rule.
1. (holy person) 
He was declared a saint by the church.La iglesia lo declaró santo.
b. san (in names) 
Pray to Saint Anthony to help you find lost objects.Rézale a San Antonio para que te ayude a encontrar objetos perdidos.
2. (good person) 
a. el santo (M)la santa (F) (figurative) 
Your son is a saint! He behaves very well.¡Tu hijo es un santo! Se porta muy bien.
1. (general) 
a. el santo(a) (M)la santo(a) (F) 
All Saints' (Day)día de Todos los Santos
Saint BernardSan Bernardo m
saint's dayonomástica f, santo m
saint [seɪnt]
1 santoasanta (m) (f);a santa
saint's day fiesta (f) (de santo); All Saints' Day día (m) de Todos los Santos 1 noviembre; (1 noviembre) my mother was a saint mi madre era una santa; she's no saint ella no es una santa, que digamos
2 (in names)
Saint John San Juan; Saint Bernard (dog) perro (m) de San Bernardo; Saint Elmo's fire fuego (m) de Santelmo; Saint Kitts (in West Indies) San Cristóbal; Saint Patrick's Day el día or la fiesta de San Patricio; Saint Theresa Santa Teresa; Saint Vitus' dance baile (m) de San Vito
3 (as name of church)
they were married at Saint Mark's se casaron en la iglesia de San Marcos
Mass was said at St Lawrence's. My friend's father played the organ at St Luke's. at St Mark's
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