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Definition of Magdalen

Magdalen
Magdalen Mag"da*len, n. [From Mary Magdalene, traditionally reported to have been the repentant sinner forgiven by Christ. See Luke vii. 36.] A reformed prostitute.

Meaning of Magdalen from wikipedia

- Magdalene or Magdalen may refer to: Mary Magdalene, a disciple of Jesus Magdalene (given name), a feminine given name (and list of persons with that name)...
- Magdalen College (/ˈmɔːdlɪn/ MAWD-lin) is a constituent college of the University of Oxford. It was founded in 1458 by William of Waynflete. Today, it...
- "Pseudo-Rab**** Maurus' Life of Mary Magdalene and her sister MarthaMagdalen College Oxford". Magdalen College, University of Oxford. July 22, 2014. Archived from...
- asylums in England and more than 20 in Scotland. The first Magdalen institution, Magdalen Hospital for the Reception of Penitent Prostitutes, was founded...
- Magdalen Berns (6 May 1983 – 13 September 2019) was a British YouTuber, boxer and software developer. Berns, a **** radical feminist, came to prominence...
- The Magdalen Islands (French: Îles de la Madeleine [il də la madˈlɛn]) are a small archipelago in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence with a land area of 205.53...
- site was taken over by Magdalen Hall, which had emerged around 1490 on a site adjacent to Magdalen College. In 1874, Magdalen Hall was incorporated as...
- Magdalen Tower Magdalen Tower, completed in 1509, is a bell tower that forms part of Magdalen College, Oxford. It is a central focus for the celebrations...
- Magdalen College is a constituent college of the University of Oxford. Magdalen College or Magdalene College may also refer to: Magdalene College, Cambridge...
- Magdalen Street is a short shopping street in central Oxford, England, just north of the original north gate in the city walls. Traditionally, the name...
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