disciplinant

noun dis·ci·plin·ant \ˈdisəplə̇nənt, -ˌplinənt, ˈdisplə̇n-, də̇ˈsiplə̇n-\

Definition of disciplinant

plural

-s

  1. :  flagellant; especially :  a member of a Spanish order noted for its severe discipline

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Origin and Etymology of disciplinant

Spanish & Italian; Spanish disciplinante, from Italian, from Medieval Latin disciplinant-, disciplinans, present participle of disciplinare to discipline


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