Guastalline

noun
Guas·​tal·​line | \ˈgwästəˌlēn, gwäˈstälə̇n\
plural -s

Definition of Guastalline 

: a member of a Roman Catholic sisterhood established in Milan about 1535 to manage an institute for the orphans of noble families

called also Daughter of Mary

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History and Etymology for Guastalline

after Countess of Guastalla †ab 1569, who founded the sisterhood

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