Fiacre, to taxi drivers
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Fiacre, to taxi drivers :
: a saint who is believed to protect a particular place or type of person
: a person who is known or admired as a leader or example
Saint Fiacre was an Irish holy man who settled in France, where whiled away his days praying and tending his garden. As such, St. Fiacre is best-known as the patron saint of gardeners. There was a Hotel de Saint Fiacre in Paris at which people would rent carriages to travel to a local hospice. Parisians referred to these hackney carriages as “fiacres”. As a result, Saint Fiacre also became the patron saint of taxi drivers.
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