- Lake, Lac Saint-Jean.
- a seaport in S New Brunswick, in SE Canada, on the Bay of Fundy.
- Henry, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke. Bolingbroke, 1st Viscount.
- an island of the Virgin Islands of the United States, in the E West Indies. About 20 sq. mi. (52 sq. km).
- Lake, a lake in SE Canada, in Quebec province, draining into the Saguenay River. 365 sq. mi. (945 sq. km).
- a river in the NE United States and SE Canada, flowing NE and E from Maine to New Brunswick province and then S to the Bay of Fundy. 450 miles (725 km) long.
- a seaport in S New Brunswick, in SE Canada, on the Bay of Fundy, at the mouth of the St. John River.
- St. John’s.
- a seaport in and the capital of Newfoundland, on the SE part of the island.
- a seaport on and the capital of Antigua and Barbuda, in the E West Indies.
- Saint,died a.d. 526, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 523–526.
- the Great, 1357–1433, king of Portugal 1385–1433.
- a large island in E Canada. 42,734 sq. mi. (110,680 sq. km).
- a province in E Canada, composed of Newfoundland island and Labrador. 155,364 sq. mi. (402,390 sq. km). Capital: St. John’s.
- one of a breed of large, powerful dogs having a dense, oily, usually black coat, raised originally in Newfoundland.
- an island state comprising Antigua and two smaller islands: a member of the former West Indies Associated States; formerly a British crown colony; gained independence 1981. 171 sq. mi. (442 sq. km). Capital: St. John’s.
- Saint John,a.d. 347?–407, ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople.
- Andrew,1862–1928, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: prime minister 1908–09, 1910–13, 1914–15.
- Dorothy Can·field [kan-feeld] /ˈkænˌfild/, Dorothea Frances Canfield Fisher, 1879–1958, U.S. novelist.
- Irving,1867–1947, U.S. political economist.
- Saint JohnJohn of Rochester, c1469–1535, English Roman Catholic prelate and humanist: executed for treason.
- John Arbuthnot, 1st Baron Fisher of Kil·ver·stone [kil-ver-stuh n] /ˈkɪl vər stən/, 1841–1920, British admiral.
- M(ary) F(rances) K(ennedy),1908–92, U.S. culinary author.
noun in most cases, usually abbreviated to: St John
- a port in E Canada, at the mouth of the St John River: the largest city in New Brunswick; very often not abbreviated to `St’. Pop: 90 762 (2001)
- an island in the Caribbean, in the Virgin Islands of the US. Pop: 4197 (2000). Area: 49 sq km (19 sq miles)
- Lake Saint John a lake in Canada, in S Quebec: drained by the Saguenay River. Area: 971 sq km (375 sq miles)
- a river in E North America, rising in Maine, US, and flowing northeast to New Brunswick, Canada, then generally southeast to the Bay of Fundy. Length: 673 km (418 miles)
- a state in the Caribbean, comprising the islands of Antigua, Barbuda, and Redonda: gained independence in 1981: a member of the Commonwealth. Official language: English. Religion: Christian majority. Currency: East Caribbean dollar. Capital: St John’s. Pop: 90 156 (2013 est). Area: 442 sq km (171 sq miles)
- Saint John . ?345–407 ad, Greek patriarch; archbishop of Constantinople (398–404). Feast day: Sept 13 or Nov 13
- Andrew . 1862–1928, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: prime minister of Australia (1908–09; 1910–13; 1914–15)
- Saint John . ?1469–1535, English prelate and scholar: executed for refusing to acknowledge Henry VIII as supreme head of the church. Feast day: June 22
- John Arbuthnot 1st Baron Fisher of Kilverstone. 1841–1920, British admiral; First Sea Lord (1904–10; 1914–15); introduced the dreadnought
- surnamed Tzimisces . 925–976 ad, Byzantine emperor (969–976): extended Byzantine power into Bulgaria and Syria
- called the Great. 1357–1433, king of Portugal (1385–1433). He secured independence for Portugal by his victory over Castile (1385) and initiated Portuguese overseas expansion
- a person who fishes; fisherman
- Also called: pekan
- a large North American marten, Martes pennanti, having thick dark brown fur
- the fur of this animal
- fisher of men an evangelist
- an island of E Canada, separated from the mainland by the Strait of Belle Isle: with the Coast of Labrador, forms the province of Newfoundland and Labrador; consists of a rugged plateau with the Long Range Mountains in the west. Area: 110 681 sq km (42 734 sq miles)
- the former name for Newfoundland and Labrador
- a very large heavy breed of dog similar to a Saint Bernard with a flat coarse usually black coat
n.Old English fiscere, agent noun from fish (v.). It began to be used of certain animals, hence perhaps the rise of the formation fisherman (1520s). 1585, from newfound + land (n.). In reference to a type of dog, from 1773. Related: Newfoundlander. Colloquial shortening Newfie for the inhabitants or the place is recorded from 1942. Province in eastern Canada consisting of the island of Newfoundland, the mainland area of Labrador, and their adjacent islands. St. John’s is its capital and largest city.