eremite

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Borrowing from Ecclesiastical Latin, Late Latin eremita, from Ancient Greek ἐρημίτης (erēmítēs), from ἐρῆμος (erêmos, uninhabited) +‎ -ίτης (-ítēs). Doublet of hermit.

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eremite (plural eremites)

  1. A hermit; a religious recluse, someone who lives alone.

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eremite f

  1. plural of eremita

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