Little Sister of the Poor
Definition of Little Sister of the Poor
: a member of a religious community founded in Brittany, France, about 1840 and devoted especially to the care of old people
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Origin and Etymology of little sister of the poor
translation of French Petite Sœur des Pauvres
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