Ronsdorfer

noun
Rons·dorf·er | \ ˈränzˌdȯrfə(r) \
variants: or less commonly Ronsdorfian \(ˈ)⸗¦dȯrfēən \
plural -s

Definition of Ronsdorfer 

: one of a small sect of 18th century German millenarians

called also Zionite

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History and Etymology for Ronsdorfer

Ronsdorfer from German, from Ronsdorfer, adjective, of Ronsdorf, from Ronsdorf, city (now part of Wuppertal) in northern Germany where the sect was founded; Ronsdorfian from Ronsdorf + English -ian

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