novitiate

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From Medieval Latin novitiatus (a novitiate), from Latin novicius, novitius (a novice), from novus (new).

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novitiate (plural novitiates)

  1. the period during which a novice of a religious order undergoes training
  2. the place where a novice lives and studies
  3. a novice

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