Cretin may refer to:

  • Cretinism
  • Cretin-Derham Hall High School, a co-educational Catholic high school in Minnesota
  • Cretin Hall
  • Joseph Crétin (1799–1857), American bishop
  • Parliamentary cretinism

Other articles related to "cretin":

Cretinism - Etymology and Use of cretin
... The term cretin describes a person so affected, but, as with words such as spastic, idiot and lunatic, also is a word of abuse ... Cretin became a medical term in the 18th century, from an Occitan and an Alpine French expression, prevalent in a region where persons with such a condition were especially common (see below) it saw wide medical ... health-care workers have mostly abandoned cretin ...
Cretin Hall - Specifications
... Cretin houses 90 students on 5 levels ... Cretin Hall is also home to the Ultraviolet Café ... Seventy-five percent of Cretin accommodations are two-person suites consisting of a living room (9' x 13') and bedroom (7' x 13') with 8'6" ceilings ...
Cretin-Derham Hall High School - Athletics
... Cretin-Derham Hall is part of the Suburban East Conference in the Minnesota State High School League ... Prior to joining the Suburban East Conference, Cretin-Derham Hall played in the Saint Paul City Conference for twenty six years ... The Cretin-Derham Hall Football team won their second state championship title in 2009 by beating Eden Prairie, by a score of 16-5 ...
Cretin Hall
... Cretin Hall is one of the male undergraduate residence halls at the University of St ... Cretin was originally constructed as the South Student Residence Building for the Saint Paul Seminary in 1894 ... architect Cass Gilbert, who also designed Cretin's two sister buildings, Loras Hall and Grace Hall ...