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Explanation: ho-ly (hoh'lee) adj. <-li-er, -li-est>
1. recognized as or declared sacred by
religious use or authority; consecrated: holy ground.
2. dedicated or devoted to the service of God, the church, or religion.
3. saintly; pious; devout.
4. having a spiritually pure quality: a holy love.
5. venerated as or as if sacred: a holy relic.
6. inspiring fear, awe, or distress: He's a holy terror when he's angry.
saint (saynt) n., v. <saint-ed, saint-ing>
n.1. a person of exceptional holiness,formally recognized by the Christian Church esp. by canonization.
2. a person of great virtue or benevolence.
3. a founder or patron, as of a movement.
4. a member of any of various Christian groups.
From the Webster's Dictionary.
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