Etymology
Advertisement

sainthood (n.)

"state or condition of being a saint," 1540s, from saint (n.) + -hood. Saintship is attested from c. 1600; saintdom from 1842 (Tennyson).

updated on November 19, 2021

Advertisement
Advertisement
Definitions of sainthood from WordNet

sainthood (n.)
saints collectively;
sainthood (n.)
the status and dignity of a saint;
From wordnet.princeton.edu, not affiliated with etymonline.

Dictionary entries near sainthood

sailfish

sailing

sailor

sain

saint

sainthood

saintly

Saint-Simonism

sair

sake

saki