Hegoumenos

Hegoumenos
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  • higoumène — ⇒HIGOUMÈNE, HÉGOUMÈNE, subst. Supérieur(e) d un monastère de rite byzantin. Le R. P. Gabriel, higoumène, eut la bonté de nous recevoir (M. RICHARD ds B.I.R.H.T., t. 13, 1964 65, p. 38). Les sœurs catholiques de rite oriental d Aubazine ne… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • hégoumène — ⇒HIGOUMÈNE, HÉGOUMÈNE, subst. Supérieur(e) d un monastère de rite byzantin. Le R. P. Gabriel, higoumène, eut la bonté de nous recevoir (M. RICHARD ds B.I.R.H.T., t. 13, 1964 65, p. 38). Les sœurs catholiques de rite oriental d Aubazine ne… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • higoumène ou, rare, hégoumène — ● higoumène ou, rare, hégoumène nom masculin (grec moderne hêgoumenos) Supérieur d un monastère orthodoxe. ● higoumène ou, rare, hégoumène (synonymes) nom masculin (grec moderne hêgoumenos) Supérieur d un monastère orthodoxe. Synonymes :… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • hegumen — hə̇ˈgyümə̇n noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin hegumenus, from Late Greek hēgoumenos, from Greek hēgoumenos leader, president, from present participle of hēgeisthai to lead more at seek : the head of a religious community (as a small monastery) in… …   Useful english dictionary

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