brethren

[n] - the members of a male religious order
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Brethren

Breth'ren noun ; plural of Brother . » This form of the plural is used, for the most part, in solemn address, and in speaking of religious sects or fraternities, or their members.
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brethren

noun (plural) the lay members of a male religious order
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Brethren

• (n.) pl. of Brother. • (pl. ) of Brother • (pl. ) of Brother
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Brethren

group of Protestant churches that trace their origin to Schwarzenau, Hesse, where in 1708 a group of seven persons under the leadership of Alexander ...
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Brethren

[Australian group] Brethren are one of the longest-serving hip hop crews in Australia, celebrating 20 years in 2009. The group comprises Matthew Peet aka `Mistery” and Claude Rodriguez aka Wizdm. Brethren featured on the first full length Australian hip hop album, starred in the first Australian hip hop documentary, and produced the first...
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Brethren

Brethren, German Baptist religious group. They were popularly known as Dunkards, Dunkers, or Tunkers, from the German for “to dip,” referring to their method of baptizing. The Brethren evolved from the Pietist movement in Germany. The first congregation was organized there in 1708 by Ale...
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Brethren

Brethren is a name adopted by a wide range of mainly Christian religious groups throughout history which do not necessarily share historical roots, including some of the earliest primitive churches, the Paulician Brethren, the Bogomil Brethren, the Brethren of the Free Spirit, the Schwarzenau Brethren and some Anabaptist groups, the Moravian Breth...
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