Sister of Notre Dame de Namur

Sister of No·tre Dame de Na·mur \-ˌnōtərˈdāmdənäˈmu̇(ə)r, -ō‧trəˈd-, -dənəˈm- also -däm- or -dȧm- sometimes -dam- or -daam-\

Definition of Sister of Notre Dame de Namur

  1. :  a member of a Roman Catholic community founded in 1803 and devoted chiefly to teaching

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Origin and Etymology of sister of notre dame de namur

partial translation of French sœur de Notre Dame de Namur, after Notre Dame de Namur Our Lady of Namur, patron saint of Namur, province in southern Belgium


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