Hermit

[hummingbird] The hermits are tropical and subtropical hummingbirds in the subfamily Phaethornithinae, comprising 30–40 species in six genera. They occur from southern Mexico, through Central America, to South America as far south as northern Argentina. Their plumage typically involves greens, browns, rufous or grey. Most species show som
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Hermit

[disambiguation] A hermit is a person who lives in seclusion from society. Hermit may also refer to == See also == ...
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hermit

[n] - one who lives in solitude
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hermit

Person living in seclusion, generally practising asceticism for religious reasons. The Christian monastic movement developed as a way of organizing into communities the ascetic hermits living in the...
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Hermit

A person who separates himself or herself from the outside world to concentrate on religion, usually of the Medieval period. Several saints in the northeast have been hermits - these include Saint Cuthbert and Saint Godric. Hermits chose places to test themselves - such as rocky islands or marshy haughs. Hermits tended to build their own hermitage
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Hermit

Her'mit noun [ Middle English ermite , eremite , heremit , heremite , French hermite , ermite , Latin eremita , Greek ..., from ... lonely, solitary. Confer Eremite .] 1. A person who retires from society and lives in solitude; a reclu
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Hermit

Her'mit noun (Cookery) A spiced molasses cooky, often containing chopped raisins and nuts.
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hermit

1. A person who retires from society and lives in solitude; a recluse; an anchoret; especially, one who so lives from religious motives. ... 2. <zoology> Hermit crab, a California wood warbler (Dendroica occidentalis), having the head yellow, the throat black, and the back gray, with black streaks. ... Origin: OE. Ermite, eremite, heremit, he
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Hermit

• (n.) A beadsman; one bound to pray for another. • (n.) A person who retires from society and lives in solitude; a recluse; an anchoret; especially, one who so lives from religious motives. • (n.) A spiced molasses cooky, often containing chopped raisins and nuts.
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hermit

one who retires from society, primarily for religious reasons, and lives in solitude. In Christianity the word (from Greek ermits, `living in the ... [5 related articles]
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hermit

any of several hummingbird species of the genus Phaethornis. See hummingbird.[1 related articles]
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Hermit

A hermit (adjectival form: eremitic) is a person who lives, to some degree, in seclusion from society. In Christianity, the term was originally applied to a Christian who lives the eremitic life out of a religious conviction, namely the Desert Theology of the Old Testament (i.e., the forty years wandering in the desert that was meant to bring abou
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hermit

  1. one retired from society for religious reasons
  2. one who lives in solitude

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hermit

hermit [Gr.,=desert], one who lives in solitude, especially from ascetic motives. Hermits are known in many cultures. Permanent solitude was common in ancient Christian asceticism; St. Anthony of Egypt and St. Simeon Stylites were noted hermits. Many extreme Franciscans (Spirituals) of the 13th and ...
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hermit

Person living in seclusion, generally practising asceticism for religious reasons. The Christian monastic movement developed as a way of organizing into communities the ascetic hermits living in the deserts of Egypt and the Middle East
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Hermit

[horse] Hermit (1864–1890), sometimes known, incorrectly as "The Hermit", was a 19th-century British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a racing career which lasted from April 1866 until July 1869 he ran twenty-three times and won eight races. He was a leading two-year-old in 1866 and won the 1867 Epsom Derby, despite breaking down in tr
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Hermit

[album] Hermit is the second studio album by recording artist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal released in January 1997. == Track listing == ==Credits== ...
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hermit

one who lives in solitude; from Latin erēmīta, Greek έρεμίτης, a dweller in a desert (έρημία) (S269); in north-western Europe,
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hermit

one who lives in solitude; from Latin erēmīta, Greek έρεμίτης, a dweller in a desert (έρημία) (S269); in north-western Europe,
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