hieromonach

noun hi·er·o·mon·ach \ ˌhī(ə)rōˈmänək , -äˌnak ; ˌhīəˈräməˌnak \

Definition of hieromonach

plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of hieromonach

Late Greek or Middle Greek hieromonachos, from Greek hier- + monachos monk


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