Definition of Ursuline
: a member of any of several Roman Catholic teaching orders of nuns; especially : a member of a teaching order founded by St. Angela Merici in Brescia, Italy, in 1535
Origin of ursuline
New Latin Ursulina, from Ursula St. Ursula, legendary Christian martyr
First Known Use: 1693
Rhymes with ursuline
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