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Lazarist

Syllabification: Laz·a·rist
Pronunciation: /ˈlazərəst
 
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Definition of Lazarist in English:

noun

Another name for Vincentian.
Example sentences
  • Two more missionaries, French Lazarists this time, made the arduous journey from China, taking eighteen months to arrive in 1846.
  • On June 27, 1891, two Lazarist priests and two Catholic officials set out to Ephesus to see the house.
  • In the beginning, all the people in the village were dependent on the Lazarists in everything.

Origin

from French Lazariste, from the biblical name Lazarus (see lazar).

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