Latin conventus, from convenire, "to come together", "to assemble", from con-#Latin|con- + venire, "to come"
- A religious community whose members, (especially nuns) live under strict observation of religious rules and self-imposed vows
- the buildings and pertaining surroundings in which such a community lives
- a gathering of people lasting several days which come from different regions of a country or even the world for the purpose of discussing or working on topics previously selected
Catalan: convent m
Finnish: konventti, nunnaluostari, kokous
German: Konvent m (1,2,3)