plural noun
Al·​ba·​nen·​ses | \ ˌal-bə-ˈnen-ˌsēz \

Definition of Albanenses

: members of a 12th century dualistic Catharistic sect closely related to the Albigenses

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Other Words from Albanenses

Albanensian \ ¦al-​bə-​¦nen(t)-​shən , -​¦nen(t)-​sē-​ən \ adjective

First Known Use of Albanenses

circa 1771, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Albanenses

Medieval Latin, plural of Albanensis, literally, inhabitant of Alba, irregular from Alba, Italy + Latin -ensis -ese

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“Albanenses.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 8 Jul. 2020.

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