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Etymology of the Latin word monasticus

the Latin word monasticus (monastic)
derived from the Late Greek word monastikos, μοναστικός
derived from the Greek word monastes
derived from the Greek word monazein, μονάζω
derived from the Greek word monos, μόνος (alone; single; remaining; sole or single; by implication, mere)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *men-

Derivations in other languages

French monastique, Italian monastico

Usage

Word found in Late Latin, Church Latin



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