- hermit crab,
- hermit kingdom,
- hermit of st. augustine,
- hermit thrush,
- hermite, charles,
- hermitian conjugate,
- hermitian matrix,
Origin of hermitage
Examples from the Web for hermitage
Then Gilkes immersed himself in the Old Masters at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg.William, Kate, and Jay Z’s Favorite Art Star: Alexander Gilkes' World of Rock Stars and Royalty|Tim Teeman|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What were the terms of the loan—did the Hermitage pay and if not, why not?Britain Has Lost Its Marbles: Elgin Loan Will Appease Putin|Geoffrey Robertson|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And let us be sure, also, that the Picasso goes back to the Hermitage Museum.
Next to them is the hermitage, a small garden and cottage built into the cave wall.
Historically, the position has usually been held by priests of the hermitage, but now civilian hermits may apply.
Yes, Im just back from the Hermitage, to-night only, from three days in the forest with Merivale.The Angel of Pain|E. F. Benson
He confessed him; and being satisfied of his innocence, conveyed him upon his shoulders to his hermitage.Mediaeval Tales|Various
She reaches the first turning towards the Hermitage, walking slowly—he is not there.Adam Bede|George Eliot
Instead of being a hermitage it seemed a paradise, a fairy kingdom, the castle of a knight's tale!Ted and the Telephone|Sara Ware Bassett
Let us now return to the Hermitage, and the quiet lives of those who dwelt there.Davenport Dunn, Volume 1 (of 2)|Charles James Lever
late 13c., "dwelling place of a hermit," from Old French hermitage, from Latin heremite (see hermit). Earlier in the same sense was hermitorie (c.1200), from Medieval Latin hermitorium. Transferred sense of "solitary or secluded dwelling place" is from 1640s.