friarly

friarly

[frahy-er-lee]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to friars.
2.
like a friar.

Origin:
1540–50; friar + -ly

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friar (ˈfraɪə)
 
n
Black Friar Grey Friar White Friar See also Augustinian a member of any of various chiefly mendicant religious orders of the Roman Catholic Church, the main orders being Black Friars (Dominicans), Grey Friars (Franciscans), White Friars (Carmelites), and Austin Friars (Augustinians)
 
[C13 frere, from Old French: brother, from Latin frāterbrother]
 
'friarly
 
adj

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