Teresian

noun Te·re·sian \təˈrēzhən\

Definition of Teresian

plural

-s

  1. :  a barefooted Carmelite of the reformed order established in the 16th century by St. Teresa of Ávila

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Origin and Etymology of teresian

Teresa, Theresa †1582 Spanish saint + English -ian


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