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nun

noun   /nʌn/
a member of a group of religious women who live away from other people monja
(Definition of nun from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nun

noun /nan/
a member of a female religious community. monja, religiosa
nunnery noun ( plural nunneries)
a house in which a group of nuns live; a convent. convento
(Definition of nun from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nun”
in Korean 수녀…
in Arabic راهِبة…
in Malaysian biarawati…
in French religieuse…
in Russian монахиня…
in Chinese (Traditional) 修女…
in Italian suora…
in Turkish rahibe…
in Polish zakonnica…
in Vietnamese ni cô…
in Portuguese freira…
in Thai นางชี…
in German die Nonne…
in Catalan monja…
in Japanese 修道女, 尼…
in Chinese (Simplified) 修女…
in Indonesian suster…
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