Augustinian


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Au·gus·tin·i·an

 (ô′gə-stĭn′ē-ən)
adj.
1. Of or relating to Saint Augustine of Hippo or his doctrines.
2. Being or belonging to any of several religious orders following or influenced by the rule of Saint Augustine.
n.
1. A follower of the principles and doctrines of Saint Augustine.
2. A monk or friar belonging to any of the Augustinian orders.

Au′gus·tin′i·an·ism, Au·gus′tin·ism (ô-gŭs′tĭ-nĭz′əm) n.
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Augustinian

(ˌɔːɡəˈstɪnɪən)
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) of or relating to Saint Augustine of Hippo, his doctrines, or any of the Christian religious orders that were founded on his doctrines
n
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a member of any of several religious orders, such as the Augustinian Canons, Augustinian Hermits, and Austin Friars which are governed by the rule of Saint Augustine
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a person who follows the doctrines of Saint Augustine
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Au•gus•tin•i•an

(ˌɔ gəˈstɪn i ən)

adj.
1. pertaining to St. Augustine of Hippo, to his doctrines, or to any religious order following his rule.
n.
2. a member of any of the Roman Catholic Augustinian orders.
3. a follower of St. Augustine.
[1595–1605]
Au`gus•tin′i•an•ism, Au•gus•tin•ism (ɔˈgʌs təˌnɪz əm, əˈgʌs-) n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Augustinian - a Roman Catholic friar or monk belonging to one of the Augustinian monastic orders
Augustinian order - any of several monastic orders observing a rule derived from the writings of St. Augustine
friar, mendicant - a male member of a religious order that originally relied solely on alms
Austin Friar - one of the Roman Catholic hermits of Saint Augustine
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Translations

Augustinian

[ɔːgəˈstɪnɪən]
A. ADJagustino
B. Nagustino/a m/f
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Augustinian

adjAugustiner-; Augustinian monkAugustinermönch m
nAugustiner m
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Claudia von Collani and Nicholas Standaert maintain that Spanish Augustinians contributed to the earliest Catholic missionary work and the propagation of Augustinian theology in Ming China.
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The museum is organized along six basic themes that circumscribe Augustinian life: "Love for Songs," "Love for Prayer," "Love for Music," "Love for Wisdom," "Love for Science," and "Love for Culture.
Nicholas was a popular Augustinian friar, confessor, and preacher in Italy, where he converted many to the faith.
Carmel were both brought by the Augustinian Recollects in the country.
This year, its sister city is Koscaronice, where an Augustinian community is active and a new church bearing the name of St Rita was consecrated on May 8.
The recent emergence of "two kingdoms" and "two cities" approaches to Christian social thinking are shown to have a key and often unacknowledged connection to Luther's reshaping of the Augustinian paradigm.
The year after I graduated from college, I was an Augustinian Volunteer on the South Side of Chicago.
Schrock, Chad D., Consolation in Medieval Narrative: Augustinian Authority and Open Form (New Middle Ages), Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015; hardback; pp.
The purpose of this article is two-fold: first, to articulate the Augustinian core values in education and how these values can be applicable to teacher pedagogy in an Augustinian school, and, secondly, to report the results of a study of a program that engages participants on these core values in education.
Park House in Waterloo is a former convalescence and nursing hospital, turned guest house, which has been run by the Augustinian Sisters since 1902.
More than 100 mourners gathered at the Augustinian Church on the south side of the city to pay their last respects.