Carthusian

Car·thu'sian noun [ Late Latin Cartusianus , Cartusiensis , from the town of Chartreuse , in France.] (Eccl. Hist.) A member of an exceeding austere religious order, founded at Chartreuse in France by St. Bruno, in the year 1086.
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Carthusian

Car·thu'sian adjective Pertaining to the Carthusian.
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Carthusian

adjective of or relating to the Carthusian order
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Carthusian

noun a member of the Carthusian order
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Carthusian

• (a.) Pertaining to the Carthusian. • (n.) A member of an exceeding austere religious order, founded at Chartreuse in France by St. Bruno, in the year 1086.
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Carthusian

an order of monks founded by St. Bruno of Cologne in 1084 in the valley of Chartreuse, north of Grenoble, Fr. The Carthusians, who played an ... [6 related articles]
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Carthusian

The Carthusian Order, also called the Order of St. Bruno, is a Roman Catholic religious order of enclosed monastics. The order was founded by Saint Bruno of Cologne in 1084 and includes both monks and nuns. The order has its own Rule, called the Statutes, rather than the Rule of St Benedict, and combines eremitical and cenobitic life. The name Car
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Carthusian

The Carthusian is a Spanish breed of horse now comprising a side-branch of the Andalusian breed, but originated around the early part of the 18th century from a stallion called Esclavo. The Carthusian stands between 15 and 16 hands high and is mostly grey, but also chestnut or black in colour and is a kind and lively breed.
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