Definition of Hieronymite. Meaning of Hieronymite. Synonyms of Hieronymite

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Definition of Hieronymite

Hieronymite
Jeronymite Je*ron"y*mite, n. (Eccl. Hist.) One belonging of the medi[ae]val religious orders called Hermits of St. Jerome. [Written also Hieronymite.]
Hieronymite
Hieronymite Hi`er*on"y*mite, n. [From St. Hieronymus, or Jerome.] (Eccl.) See Jeronymite.

Meaning of Hieronymite from wikipedia

- The Order of Saint Jerome or Hieronymites (Latin: Ordo Sancti Hieronymi, abbreviated O.S.H.) is a Catholic cloistered religious order and a common name...
- Portugal. He has been confused with another figure with the same: a Hieronymite friar and bishop of Córdoba who was chaplain to John II of Castile. Zurbarán...
- monasteries in the Holy Land. This way of life inspired the foundation of the Hieronymites in Spain and Portugal. The Monastery of Santa María del Parral in Segovia...
- Cisneros decided to send a group of Hieronymite monks to take over the government of the islands. Three Hieronymite monks, Luis de Figueroa, Bernardino...
- based on an early account of native shamanist practices written by the Hieronymite monk Ramón Pané, a companion of Christopher Columbus. The Haitian zombie...
- (1556–1598) adopted within Spain. King Phillip II acquired the aid of the Hieronymite order to ensure that monasteries abided by the decrees of the Council...
- de nata were created before the 18th century by Catholic monks at the Hieronymites Monastery (Portuguese: Mosteiro dos Jerónimos) in the civil parish of...
- Przeździecki The Hieronymites wear a white tunic with a brown, hooded sca****r and a brown mantle The habit used by the Hieronymites monks (Order of Saint...
- Cistercian, and the Trappist orders, but also monks of the Carthusians, Hieronymites, and some branches of Carmelites, along with members of the Monastic...
- autonomous community of Extremadura, Spain. The monastery was founded by the Hieronymite Order of monks in 1402. It is the monastery and palace house in which...
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