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Saint Elmo, St. Elmo or Saint Elme may refer to:
- Erasmus of Formia or Saint Elmo (died 303), patron saint of sailors
- Peter González or Saint Elmo (1190–1246)
- Fort Saint-Elme (France) in Collioure
- Sant'Elmo, a hill and a fortress in Naples
- Fort Saint Elmo, a fortification in Valletta
- St. Elmo, Alabama
- St. Elmo, Colorado
- St. Elmo (Columbus, Georgia), a historic residence
- St. Elmo, Illinois
- St. Elmo, Louisiana, a community in Ascension Parish, Louisiana
- St. Elmo Historic District (Chattanooga, Tennessee)
- St. Elmo (novel), an 1866 novel by Augusta Jane Evans
- Saint Elmo (comics), a member of the Marvel Comics team Alpha Flight
- Saint Elmo – Hikari no Raihousha, an anime television special
- St. Elmo (secret society), a senior secret society at Yale University
- Santelmo, a creature of Philippine mythology
- St. Elmo Hall or Delta Phi Fraternity
People with the name
- St. Elmo Brady (1884–1966), first African American to obtain a Ph.D.
- Ida Saint-Elme, pen name of Maria Verfelt (1776–1845), Dutch writer and actress
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