Eudist

noun Eu·dist \ˈyüdə̇st\

Definition of Eudist

plural

-s

  1. :  a member of the Roman Catholic Congregation of Jesus and Mary established in 1643 for diocesan priests and lay brothers and now devoted chiefly to teaching and missionary work

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Origin and Etymology of eudist

French eudiste, from Jean Eudes †1680 French priest and founder + French -iste -ist


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