Definition of Moravianism. Meaning of Moravianism. Synonyms of Moravianism

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Definition of Moravianism

Moravianism
Moravianism Mo*ra"vi*an*ism, n. The religious system of the Moravians.

Meaning of Moravianism from wikipedia

- The Moravian Church, formally named the Unitas Fratrum (Latin for "Unity of the Brethren"), in German known as [Herrnhuter] Brüdergemeine (meaning "Brethren's...
- Moravians (Czech: Moravané or colloquially Moraváci, outdated Moravci) are a West Slavic ethnographic group from the Moravia region of the Czech Republic...
- the region Moravians, people from Moravia Moravian dialects, dialects of Czech spoken in Moravia, sometimes considered a distinct Moravian language Moravané...
- of Moravian origin. Original Bren gun Famous original Bren gun in field Moravian ****ault rifle CZ-805 BREN Moravian ****ault rifle Sa vz. 58 Moravian handgun...
- The Moravian Cemetery is a cemetery in the New Dorp neighborhood of Staten Island, New York City. Located at 2205 Richmond Road, the Moravian is the largest...
- orthodoxy, small groups of non-Lutherans, especially Calvinist Dutchmen, the Moravian Church and French Huguenots pla**** a significant role in trade and industry...
- Hampers Las Posadas Letters Lights Lord of Misrule Markets Meals and feasts Moravian star Nine Lessons and Carols NORAD Tracks Santa Nutcrackers dolls Ornaments...
- on the UNESCO World Heritage list in Northern Europe: Christiansfeld, a Moravian Church Settlement, the Jelling Mounds (Runic Stones and Church), Kronborg...
- Mission College in Copenhagen, Norwegian and Danish Lutherans and German Moravian missionaries searched for the missing Norse settlements, but no Norse were...
- by both Eastern and Western clergy resulted in the conversion of the Moravians, Bulgars, Bohemians, Poles, Magyars, and Slavic inhabitants of the Kievan...
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