pauliste

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Etymology 1[edit]

English Paulist[1].

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pauliste (masculine and feminine, plural paulistes)

  1. (religion) Paulist (specifically a member of a missionary society founded in New York in 1885)[1]
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  1. 1.0 1.1 Dictionnaire Hachette de la langue française, 1980

Etymology 2[edit]

Portuguese paulista.

Adjective[edit]

pauliste (masculine and feminine, plural paulistes)

  1. of or relating to São Paulo, Brazil
    • 1955, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Tristes Tropiques, 1993 ed., Plon, ISBN 978-2-259-00359-1, chap. X,I p. 111
      A l'abri de cette faune pierreuse, l'élite pauliste, pareille à ses orchidées favorites, formait une flore nonchalante et plus exotique qu'elle ne croyait.
      — Sheltering in this stony fauna, the elite of São Paolo, like its favourite orchids, constituted a more languid and exotic flora than it was aware of itself. — 1973, John & Doreen Weightman (trans.), Tristes Tropiques, 2011 ed., Penguin Books, ISBN 978-0-14-197073-8

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Adjective[edit]

pauliste m

  1. plural form of paulista

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