Albanenses

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

Albanensian

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

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Origin and Etymology of albanenses

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


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