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Doukhobor

noun Dou·kho·bor \ˈdü-kə-ˌbr\

Definition of DOUKHOBOR

:  a member of a Christian sect of 18th century Russian origin emphasizing the duty of obeying the inner light and rejecting church or civil authority

Variants of DOUKHOBOR

Dou·kho·bor also Du·kho·bor \ˈdü-kə-ˌbr\
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Origin of DOUKHOBOR

Russian dukhobor, dukhoborets, from dukh spirit + borets wrestler
First Known Use: 1876

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