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conversus

[ kuhn-vur-suhs ]
/ kənˈvɜr səs /
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noun, plural con·ver·si [kuhn-vur-sahy, -see]. /kənˈvɜr saɪ, -si/. Ecclesiastical.
a lay brother.
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Origin of conversus

<Latin, past participle of convertere to convert1; see converse2
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