Servite

noun
Ser·​vite | \ ˈsər-ˌvīt How to pronounce Servite (audio) \

Definition of Servite

: a member of the mendicant Order of Servants of Mary founded in Florence, Italy, in 1233

Other Words from Servite

Servite adjective

First Known Use of Servite

circa 1550, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Servite

Medieval Latin Servitae, plural, Servites, from Latin servus

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The first known use of Servite was circa 1550

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