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abbess

Abbess tarimas:

  • /'æbis/

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The superior of a convent.
  • noun: Used as a title for such a person.

Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:

  • Later in that same article, Coffman notes that the use of fish in a spiritual fast was cause for great culinary creativity in the Medieval kitchen, and a French abbess is credited for the creation of the divine dish which I hesitate to categorize as “fish soup” called bouillabaisse.
  • Moreover, many a time and in many things I observed their customs, for fear of worse, and being asked by the chief of the ladies, her whom they call abbess, if
  • Although the abbess was a person exactly after his own heart, my education as a pensioner devolved much on an excellent old mother who had adopted the tenets of the Jansenists, with perhaps a still further tendency towards the reformed doctrines, than those of Port Royal.
  • The abbess is the only person who knows precisely the location of the service, knowledge which was passed down for one thousand years from abbess to abbess.
  • In this instance the abbess was the head of all; and this accounts for Bede's calling the house a nunnery.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • abatė