Definitions for Benedictineˌbɛn ɪˈdɪk tɪn, -tin, -taɪn
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Ben•e•dic•tineˌbɛn ɪˈdɪk tɪn, -tin, -taɪn(n.)
a member of an order of monks founded at Monte Cassino by St. Benedict about a .d . 530. a member of any congregation of nuns following the rule of St. Benedict.
(adj.)of or pertaining to St. Benedict or the Benedictines.
Origin of Benedictine:
a monk or nun belonging to the order founded by Saint Benedict
a French liqueur originally made by Benedictine monks
of or relating to Saint Benedict or his works
of or relating to the Benedictines
A monk or nun belonging to the order founded by Saint Benedict of Nursia.
A liqueur made from Cognac (French brandy) together with herbs and spices
Of or pertaining to St. Benedict of Nursia.
Of or pertaining to the Benedictine Order.
Origin: Possibly via and/or , named after the founder, Italian 6th century Saint Benedictus of Nursia
pertaining to the monks of St. Benedict, or St. Benet
one of a famous order of monks, established by St. Benedict of Nursia in the sixth century. This order was introduced into the United States in 1846