Definition of Anchoretism. Meaning of Anchoretism. Synonyms of Anchoretism

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Definition of Anchoretism

Anchoretism
Anchoretism An"cho*ret*ism, n. The practice or mode of life of an anchoret.

Meaning of Anchoretism from wikipedia

- An anchorite or anc****t (female: anc****ss; adj. anchoritic; from Ancient Gr****: ἀναχωρητής, anachōrētḗs, "one who has retired from the world", from the...
- I.—Hermits and Pilgrims. [...] II.—Origin of Monks. The hermits and anc****ts, as they were called, were held in high esteem, and thousands of pilgrims...
- Desert Fathers do attest to it. In Egypt, the terms more often used are anc****tism (Gr. ἀναχώρησις, "withdrawal, retreat"), and anchorite (Gr. ἀναχωρητής...
- stem cells in the growing tip of the root). Columella; or, The Distressed Anc****t, a 1779 novel by Richard Graves Columella (wine), a cult wine label by...
- karzełek (dwarf); B. bękart (****); C. podrzutek (oaf); D. pustelnik (anc****t) but correct answer was "B". Question for 250,000 zł was: Who of these...
- Jucundus     485   Bishop of Bologna Vindemialis     485   Calogerus ("the Anc****t")     486   Censurius     486   Bishop of Auxerre Cannatus     487   Bishop...
- King of Burgundy. "At Lyons, the decease of St. Lupus, at one time an anc****t, but later a bishop." Born near Orleans in France and educated at the...
- written for the Poetical Society at Batheaston. Columella; or the Distressed Anc****t, a Colloquial Tale, 1779. In praise of an active life as superior to that...
- imprisoned and finally put to the sword." "In Palestine, St. Quiriacus, anc****t." Name days celebrated today include: Kyriakos, Kiriakos (Κυριακὸς;...
- thrown into the sea with stones tied to their necks." "In Palestine, the anc****t St. Zozimus, who buried the remains of St. Mary of Egypt." "At Constantinople...
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