agapeti

plural noun
aga·​pe·​ti | \ˌä-gə-ˈpā-ˌtē, ˌa-gə-;ˌa-gə-ˈpē-ˌtī\

Definition of agapeti 

: Christian monks of the early church who lived under vows of celibacy in the same house with nuns

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First Known Use of agapeti

1891, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for agapeti

Late Greek agapētoi, plural of agapētos, from agapētos, adjective, beloved

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