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 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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