Cluniac

adjective
Clu·ni·ac | \ ˈklünēˌak \

Definition of Cluniac 

(Entry 1 of 2)

: of or relating to the Cluniacs

Cluniac

noun
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plural -s

Definition of Cluniac (Entry 2 of 2)

: a monk of a reformed Benedictine congregation established in 910 at Cluny, France

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History and Etymology for Cluniac

Adjective

Medieval Latin Cluniacus, from Abbey of Cluny, Cluny, France + Latin -acus, adjective suffix, from Greek -akos

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