Definición de monastic en inglés:

monastic

Saltos de línea: mo¦nas|tic
Pronunciación: /məˈnastɪk
 
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  • A monk or other follower of a monastic rule.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Weber's texts also employ the typology to distinguish the asceticism of medieval monastics from that of Calvinism.
    • What does the tradition itself say about regulating the behavior of monastics?
    • While seldom scholars or even clerics, these monastics turned the desert into a city.

Derivativos

monastically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Tigre people have a sacred artistic tradition within Christianity that includes music (directed by monastically trained men) as well as Biblical illumination, scroll making, and icon painting.
  • Some rooms are monastically small.
  • Paring form and materiality down to its monastically rigorous bare bones, this new apartment in Milan is a sensuous synthesis of big spaces and ethereal light.

monasticism

Pronunciación: /-sɪz(ə)m/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Following closely to this preoccupation with asceticism was monasticism which spread with incredible rapidity.
  • Rejected by Luther is the idea that some occupations, such as the priesthood or monasticism, are spiritually superior to others, such as parenting.
  • Celtic Christianity in the sixth through tenth centuries was characterized by its extreme asceticism, its love of learning, and its distinctive monasticism.

Origen

late Middle English (in the sense 'anchoritic'): from late Latin monasticus, from Greek monastikos, from monazein 'live alone'.

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