Definition of Albigenses
: members of a Catharistic sect of southern France flourishing primarily in the 12th and 13th centuries
Origin of albigenses
Medieval Latin, plural of Albigensis, literally, inhabitant of Albi, from Albiga (Albi), France
First Known Use: 1580
Rhymes with albigenses
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