Charterhouse

Char'ter·house` noun A well known public school and charitable foundation in the building once used as a Carthusian monastery ( Chartreuse ) in London.
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charterhouse

noun a Carthusian monastery
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Charterhouse

• (n.) A well known public school and charitable foundation in the building once used as a Carthusian monastery (Chartreuse) in London.
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Charterhouse

a well-known school and charitable foundation that is now in Godalming, Surrey, Eng. The name Charterhouse is a corruption of the French Chartreuse ...
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Charterhouse

Charterhouse [Fr.,=Chartreuse], in London, England, once a Carthusian monastery (founded 1371), later a hospital for old men and then a school for boys, endowed in 1611. The school, which became a large public school, was removed (1872) to Godalming, Surrey. W. M. Thackeray, a pupil at the school, d...
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Charterhouse

Charterhouse is a celebrated school and charitable foundation in the city of London. It was built in 1371 as a priory for Carthusian monks by Sir Walter Manny. After the dissolution of the monasteries it passed through several hands until it came to Thomas Sutton who converted it into a hospital and school. In 1872 it was moved to Godalming and the...
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Charterhouse

A charterhouse is a Carthusian monastery. The word is derived by phono-semantic matching from the French term chartreuse, the first monastery of the order having been established in a valley of the Chartreuse Mountains (see List of Carthusian monasteries). It can also refer to: Financial institutions Places Sites of scientific interest Other ...
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charterhouse

Carthusian monastic building
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