Hermit of Saint Augustine

Hermit of Saint Au·gus·tine \ -əˈgəstə̇n , -ˌȯˈg- , -ˈȯgəˌstēn \

Definition of Hermit of Saint Augustine

:a member of an order of friars established in 1256 by Pope Alexander IV

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Origin and Etymology of hermit of saint augustine

after St. Augustine


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