Origin of Minorite
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The Minorite received the promise with a silent bend of the head.In The Fire Of The Forge, Complete
III; of course he is not to be confounded with the Minorite doctor.
He was certainly a Minorite in 1422, when he matriculated at Erfurt as lector Minorum.
John Kynton is once only described as a Minorite in the records.
The colonel left the Minorite convent, that he was destined to see only once again.Farewell
Honore de Balzac
- a member of the Franciscan Friars MinorAlso called: Minor
C16: from Medieval Latin frātrēs minōrēs lesser brethren, name adopted by St Francis as a token of humility
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