Camaldolese

noun
Ca·mal·do·lese | \kə¦maldə¦lēz, -ēs\
plural Camaldolese

Definition of Camaldolese 

: a member of a barefooted order of hermit Benedictines founded in 1012 by St. Romuald

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History and Etymology for Camaldolese

Italian, from Camaldoli, monastery in southern Italy where the order was founded + Italian -ese

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