monachal

  • 1 monachal — Monachal, [monach]ale. adj. Appartenant à l estat de Moine. Habit Monachal. vie Monachale. Regle Monachale. cela est trop Monachal. un chant Monachal …

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  • 2 Monachal — Mon a*chal, a. [L. monachus a monk: cf. F. monacal. See {Monk}.] Of or pertaining to monks or a monastic life; monastic. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 monachal — [män′ə kəl] adj. [ML(Ec) monachalis < LL(Ec) monachus: see MONK] MONASTIC monachism [män′əkiz΄əm] n …

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  • 4 monachal — adjective Etymology: Middle French or Late Latin; Middle French, from Late Latin monachalis, from monachus monk more at monk Date: 1587 monastic • monachism noun …

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  • 5 monachal — /mon euh keuhl/, adj. of or pertaining to monks or their life; monastic. [1580 90; < LL monachalis, equiv. to LL monach(us) MONK + alis AL1] * * * …

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  • 6 monachal — adj. monastic, of monks; of monasteries …

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  • 7 monachal — mon·a·chal …

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  • 8 monachal —   a. monastic.    ♦ monachate, n. period of monkhood.    ♦ monachize, v.i. amp; t. become or cause to become a monk or monkish.    ♦ monachism, n …

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  • 9 monachal — …

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  • 10 monacal — adjective see monachal * * * monacal see monachal …

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  • 11 monachism — noun see monachal …

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  • 12 Reforms of French orthography — The orthography of French was already more or less fixed and, from a phonological point of view, outdated when its lexicography developed in the late 17th century and the Académie française was mandated to establish an official prescriptive… …

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  • 13 Religion in Spain — Today= Roman Catholicism is the largest religion in the country. According to several sources (Spanish official polls and others), about 76%Fact|date=October 2007 self identify as Catholics, about 2%Fact|date=October 2007 with another religious… …

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  • 14 Moldoviţa Monastery — In the forests that covered the hills along Moldovita Valley as well as Cimirna rivulet, lived since the 14th century many hermits. They arose a small wooden church. Around it rose hermitages setting up a new monachal collectivity. This receusory …

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  • 15 Basile Petros IV Avkadian — infobox bishopstyles name= Basile Petros IV Avkadian | Parsegh Petros IV Avkadian dipstyle=His Beatitude offstyle=Your Beatitude relstyle=Catholicos deathstyle=Not Applicable | Basile Petros IV Avkadian was an Armenian Patriarch from Aleppo,… …

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  • 16 moins — [ mwɛ̃ ] adv. • XVe; meins XIIe; lat. minus, neutre de minor ♦ Comparatif irrégulier de peu. I ♦ Comparatif d infériorité 1 ♦ Il travaille moins. Il a moins parlé. Il a parlé moins. Il est moins grand, moins riche. Tâchez d arriver moins tard. J… …

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  • 17 monacal — monacal, ale, aux [ mɔnakal, o ] adj. • 1534; lat. ecclés. monachalis, de monachus « moine » ♦ Relatif aux moines, à leur vie, à leur état. ⇒ monastique. La vie monacale. Par ext. Digne d un moine. Mener une vie monacale. ⇒ ascétique, claustral.… …

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  • 18 monacal — monacal, ale (mo na kal, ka l ) adj. Appartenant à l état de moine, presque toujours avec un sens défavorable et de dénigrement. •   Et ce jus [de mandragore], Pris par la femme, opère beaucoup plus Que ne fit onc nulle ombre monacale, LA FONT.… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 19 rien — (riin) s. m. indéterminé 1°   Quelque chose. 2°   Avec la négation ne, nulle chose. 3°   N être rien. N être de rien. 4°   De rien, avec ne, nullement. 5°   Ne rien faire. N avoir rien. Ne rien dire. 6°   Cela ne fait rien. 7°   Ne faire semblant …

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  • 20 celibate — Synonyms and related words: Apostolic, Encratic, Lenten, Platonic, Pythagorean, Rechabite, Shaker, Spartan, Stoic, abbacomes, abbot, absolute, abstemious, abstinent, acarpous, alone, arid, ascetic, azygous, bachelor, barren, beadsman, brother,… …

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