Examples from the Web for moravian
Moravian settlers in NC were the first Americans to officially celebrate the 4th of July.
That, plus the Moravian fondness for documenting everything, gives Salem its claim to the first-ever Fourth of July celebration.
There was also a painting of a Moravian clergyman being saved from a desert rock on which he had been cast.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury
This is clearly possible and has been largely exceeded by the Moravian Church.The Call of the World|W. E. Doughty
A tall stripling of a Moravian youth, meagre as a sign-post, was the beerhouse Ganymede.
Moravian Missions have been established in Greenland for more than a century.Kalli, the Esquimaux Christian|Thomas Boyles Murray
With the break-up of the Moravian kingdom, many nobles and priests fled to Poland and were kindly received.The Rise of the Mediaeval Church|Alexander Clarence Flick
British Dictionary definitions for moravian
Word Origin and History for moravian
1550s (n.); 1610s (adj.), from Moravia. From 1746, in reference to the Protestant sect founded in the former German state of Moravia (now in Czech Republic). Related: Moravianism.