- erector muscle of hair,
- erector muscle of spine,
- erector set,
Origin of eremite
Examples from the Web for eremitic
His messengers have gone hither and thither, to the monasteries, the convents, and the eremitic colonies wherever accessible.The Prince of India, Volume I|Lew. Wallace
Word Origin for eremite
c.1200, learned form of hermit (q.v.), from Church Latin eremita. Since mid-17c. in poetic or rhetorical use only, except in reference to specific examples in early Church history. Related: Eremitic; eremitical.