rhasophore

noun
rhas·​o·​phore
variants: or rasophore \ ˈrazəˌfō(ə)r \
plural -s

Definition of rhasophore 

Eastern Church

: a member of a monastic order who has not yet passed through the novitiate : novice

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History and Etymology for rhasophore

Middle Greek rhasophoros from rhason + Greek -phoros -phore

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