noun De·Mo·lay \ˌdēməˈlā\

Definition of DeMolay



  1. :  a member of DeMolay International, a fraternal organization for boys and young men aged 12 to 21 that is sponsored by the Freemasons

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Origin and Etymology of demolay

after Jacques B. de Molay †1314 French grand master of the Knights Templar

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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