English to Samoan Meaning :: monk

Monk :
ositāulaga
- ositāulagamonkishau puta
 

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Noun(1) a male religious living in a cloister and devoting himself to contemplation and prayer and work(2) United States jazz pianist who was one of the founders of the bebop style (1917-1982

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(1) He spent two years as a monk in Germany and then became secretary to a French bishop.(2) to live like a monk(3) As a teenager, he was set on becoming a Franciscan monk until he took high school acting lessons.(4) He declared that it was his last mathematics book, and entered the Benedictine Order as a monk .(5) He wanted to be a monk , not a busy town parson continually beset by unreasonable people.(6) He then requests the ten basic vows of a novice monk and repeats each as it is recited to him.(7) He was the first Westerner to be ordained as a monk by the Dalai Lama and now teaches at Columbia University.(8) Benedictine monk(9) He was on his way to visit his brother Raimond, who was a monk in the Dominican monastery there.(10) All the community of Evesham was there, every monk and lay brother eager to greet their donors.(11) Libertarian ideas, he thought, were like a delicate candle flame ever threatening to gutter; they could only be tended to monkishly by a tiny and obscure remnant.(12) Paul aims to write the P.C. version of his life, an untrue confession that squares his late-in-life monkishness with his youthful travels as a young squire.(13) They were originally built for a community of monks from Val des Choux in Burgundy.(14) He still works long hours and lives monkishly up near the Housatonic River in Connecticut.(15) Priests and monks had to follow a strictly regimented set of activities every day.(16) For Erasmus, divine contemplation was synonymous with idleness and monkish solitude was nothing more than baneful selfishness.
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Noun
1. brother ::
tuagane
2. religious ::
faalelotu
3. cenobite ::
cenobite
4. contemplative ::
loloto
5. mendicant ::
mendicant
6. friar ::
friar
7. abbot ::
abbot
8. prior ::
muamua
9. novice ::
novice
10. oblate ::
oblate
11. postulant ::
postulant
12. lama ::
lama
13. marabout ::
marabout
Different Forms
monk, monkish, monks
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