Hospitaller

noun
Hos·pi·tal·ler | \ˈhä-(ˌ)spi-tᵊl-ər \
variants: or Hospitaler

Definition of Hospitaller 

: a member of a religious military order established in Jerusalem in the 12th century

First Known Use of Hospitaller

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Hospitaller

Middle English hospiteler, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin hospitalarius, from Late Latin hospitale

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