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hermit
American English: /ˈhərmət/
British English: /ˈhəːmɪt/

Translation of hermit in Spanish:

noun

  • ermitaño, (-ña) (masculine, feminine)
    eremita (masculine and feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Secular idleness would have little meaning in solitude, and the religious contemplation of the hermit or monk is not in question here.
    • Valaam, on a beautiful island in Lake Ladoga near the Finnish border, is once again home to both monks and hermits.
    • As a form of asceticism, celibacy's heroic demands are more at home with a hermit in the desert or a monk in a monastery than with a priest ministering in today's highly charged sexual atmosphere.

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