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Benedictine

Benedictine

noun Ben·e·dic·tine \ˌbe-nə-ˈdik-tən, -ˌtēn\

Definition of BENEDICTINE

:  a monk or a nun of one of the congregations following the rule of St. Benedict and devoted especially to scholarship and liturgical worship
Benedictine adjective

First Known Use of BENEDICTINE

15th century

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