Xaverian Brother

noun Xa·ve·ri·an Brother \zā-ˈvir-ē-ən-, za-\

Definition of Xaverian Brother

  1. :  a member of a Roman Catholic congregation of lay brothers founded by Theodore J. Ryken in Brugge, Belgium, in 1839 and dedicated to education

Origin and Etymology of xaverian brother

Xaverian of St. Francis Xavier

First Known Use: 1882

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