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Definition of Monastic
Monastic Mo*nas"tic, n.
MonasticMonastic Mo*nas"tic, Monastical Mo*nas"tic*al, a. [Gr. ?
monk: cf. F. monastique. See Monastery.]
1. Of or pertaining to monasteries, or to their occupants,
rules, etc., as, monastic institutions or rules.
2. Secluded from temporal concerns and devoted to religion;
recluse. ``A life monastic.' --Denham.
Meaning of Monastic from wikipedia
- renounces worldly pursuits
to devote oneself fully
role in many Christian
of buildings comprising
the domestic quarters
or nuns, whether living
(hermits). A monastery...
- respective Christian denominations
that have forms
living. Those living
life are known
by the generic terms monks
(men) and nuns...
locations. The word cell comes
from the Old French celle meaning
from the Latin meaning
"room", "store room" or "chamber"....
- The Monastic Republic
of Mount Athos
(Gr****: Αυτόνομη Μοναστική Πολιτεία Αγίου Όρους, romanized: Aftónomi Monastikí Politeía Agíou Órous, lit. 'Autonomous...
communities, such as that formed
Flanagan, spiritual communities
such as the "Community of the New Monastic
- Monastic silence
is a spiritual practice recommended
in a variety
of religious traditions
for purposes including facilitation
- The Buddhist monastic education system facilitates basic educational needs
of the Asian Buddhist countries before
- Monastic schools
monasticae) were, along
schools, the most important institutions
of higher learning
in the Latin
- Monastic state
to: Monastic State
of Mount Athos Monastic State
of the Teutonic Order Monastic State
of the Livonian Order Monastic State
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