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Cistercian in English
of or pertaining to the strict reflective Christian order of monks and nuns monk or nun of the order that is a more severe branch of the Benedictines called the "Cistercian Order"; member of the Cistercian Christian order

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Cistercian in Spanish
cisterciense, cisterciano, de o relativo a la estricta y reflexiva Orden cristiana de monjes y monjas cisterciense, perteneciente a la Orden cristiana del Cister

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Cistercian in Russian
цистерцианец

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Cistercian in Dutch
lid van de Cisterciënzer Christelijke orde

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Cistercian in Portuguese
cisterciano, de ou relativo à ordem de monges e freiras cisterciano. monge ou freira da ordem que é um ramo mais severo da Ordem Beneditina chamada Ordem Cisterciana

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Cistercian in Turkish
manastır ile ilgili manastırdan olan kimse (katı ve kurallı)

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Cistercian in Italian
cistercense, dell'ordine cistercense, dell'ordine monastico nato in Francia nel 1098 che si atteneva in maniera più severa alle regole di San Benedetto cistercense, monaco o monaca di un ordine che attuava in maniera più severa le regole di San Benedetto

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Cistercian in French
cistercien, relatif au stricte ordre chrétien des moines et nonnes cistercien, moines et nonnes de l'ordre cistercien; membre de l'ordre chrétien cistercien

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Cistercian in German
Zisterzienser, Mitglied des Zisterzienser-Ordens

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Cistercian in Hebrew
ציסטרציאני, נזיר או נזירה מהמסדר הציסטרציאני

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Cistercian in Korean
시토 수도회의 수도사

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Cistercian in English
cistercian
\cis*ter"cian\ (?), n. [ll. cistercium. f. cîteaux, a convent not far from dijon, in france: cf. f. cistercien.] (eccl.) a monk of the prolific branch of the benedictine order, established in 1098 at cîteaux, in france, by robert, abbot of molesme. for two hundred years the cistercians followed the rule of st. benedict in all its rigor. -- a. of or pertaining to the cistercians.
cistercian
n : member of an order of monks noted for austerity and a vow of silence [syn: trappist, cistercian]




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A Cistercian is a member of the Cistercian Order (, abbreviated as OCist or SOCist , a religious order of monks and nuns. They are variously called the Bernardines, after the highly influential St. Bernard of Clairvaux (though the term is also used of the Franciscan Order in Poland and Lithuania), or the White Monks, in reference to the colour of the "cuccula" or white choir robe worn by the Cistercians over their habits, as opposed to the black cucculas worn by the Benedictine monks. The original emphasis of Cistercian life was on manual labour and self-sufficiency, and many abbeys have traditionally supported themselves through activities such as agriculture and brewing ales. Over the centuries, however, education and academic pursuits came to dominate the life of their monasteries. A reform movement seeking a simpler lifestyle started in 17th-century France at La Trappe Abbey, which led to development of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance (OCSO), commonly called the Trappists. After that the followers of the older pattern of life became known as the Cistercians of the Original Observance.

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Noun
1. member of an order of monks noted for austerity and a vow of silence
(synonym) Trappist
(hypernym) monk, monastic


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(n.)
A monk of the prolific branch of the Benedictine Order, established in 1098 at Citeaux, in France, by Robert, abbot of Molesme. For two hundred years the Cistercians followed the rule of St. Benedict in all its rigor.
   (a.)
Of or pertaining to the Cistercians.
  

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Cistercian in Arabic

N
راهب سسترسى جـ رهبان
ADJ
سسترسى

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Cistercian in Spanish
(adj.) = cisterciense.

Def: Perteneciente a la orden religiosa del Císter.
Ex: This article describes the library at the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Hope, Sacramento Valley, N. California.


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Cistercian in Russian
(n) цистерцианец (a) цистерцианский

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n. цистерцианец (монах примыкавшего к бенедиктинцам ордена)

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Cistercian in Vietnamese

◊ danh từ

◊ cha cố thuộc dòng Xitô (Robert Citeaux)



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Cistercian in Romanian
calugar cistercian

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calugar cistercian

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Cistercian in French
Cistercian [sN'stM:GBn] adj & n Rel cistercien, -ienne;
the Cistercian Order, l'ordre m de Cîteaux.

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Cistercian in Bulgarian
[sis' t3:Jn] n (монах от) цистерцианския монашески орден.

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[sis' t3:Jn] n (монах от) цистерцианския монашески орден.

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Cistercian in Croatian
Pripadnik Cistercita

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