Complete Definition of "eremite"

English

Etymology
From LL. eremita, from AGr. polytonic|ἐρημίτης, from polytonic|ἐρημία ‘desert’, from polytonic|ἐρῆμος ‘uninhabited’.

Pronunciation
enPR|ârʹə-mīt', IPA|/ˈɛɹɪmaɪt/

Noun
en-noun

  1. A hermit; a religious recluse, someone who lives alone.

Translations
German: Einsiedler m, Eremit m
Hungarian: remete
Portuguese: eremita

Related terms
eremetic
eremitical
hermit

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