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Cistercian

noun [C], adjective uk   /sɪˈstɜː.ʃən/ us    /-ˈstɝː-/
(a member) of a particular Christian order noun (= religious group): The Cistercian Order was started in France in 1098. Cistercian monks and nuns take a vow of silence.
Translations of “Cistercian”
in Chinese (Traditional) 熙篤會(一基督教會)的, 熙篤會的成員…
in Chinese (Simplified) 西多会(一基督教会)的修士或修女…
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