In the New Testament, Apostle to the Gentiles and author of fourteen epistles. (proper noun)
Examples of word Paul
RAND PAUL DELIVERS MAIDEN SENATE SPEECH, COMPARES TEA PARTY TO ABOLITIONISTS - Despite the well-established fact that John Brown spent his years dressing up like a minuteman, proudly not voting for his senator and bringing his own collapsible lawn furniture to political rallies, Senator Rand Paul felt the need to reiterate his movement's similarity's to America's anti-slavery activists today.
PAUL KREKORIAN - Paul showed his true nature as a professional politician at the forum.
HEATHER MILLS, FORMER WIFE OF PAUL MCCARTNEY: I'm basically standing here because Paul is insisting -- insistent on the whole judgment being put out.
TINA GILL-LAMPART, PAUL GILLS 'WIDOW: My son Joshua and I were waiting for the school bus in the morning and Paul came, drove by.
PAUL V (Camillo Borghese), whose reign was distinguished by the Jesuit Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (15421621), scholar, humanitarian, and theologian whose book On the Power of the Supreme Pontiff in Temporal Affairs (1610) may have encouraged Paul to press papal prerogatives in Venice; the ensuing conflict ended in a Venetian victory.
PERRY MASON, SEATED IN PAUL DRAKE'S OFFICE, SAID, "Paul, I want you to turn your men loose on the new car agencies and find out if a new car has recently been sold to a Watson Clammert."
PAUL What about binge drinking Paul, I mean you've done some stats I know over recent years at Wellington Hospital.