noun (used with a plural verb)
a Christian denomination formed in Bohemia in 1467 from various Hussite groups, reorganized in 1722 as the Moravian Church.
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a Protestant Christian sect formed in the 15th century from various Hussite groups, which rejected oaths and military service and advocated a pure and disciplined spiritual life. It was reorganized in 1722 as the Moravian ChurchAlso called: Unitas Fratrem (ˈjuːnɪtæs ˈfrætrɛm)
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