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Meaning of "Gilbertine" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF GILBERTINE

Gilbertine  [ˈɡɪlbətaɪn] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF GILBERTINE

noun
adjective
verb
adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
determiner
exclamation
Gilbertine can act as a noun and an adjective.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

The adjective is the word that accompanies the noun to determine or qualify it.

WHAT DOES GILBERTINE MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Gilbertine

Gilbertine Order

The Gilbertine Order of Canons Regular was founded around 1130 by Saint Gilbert in Sempringham, Lincolnshire, where Gilbert was the parish priest. It was the only completely English religious order and came to an end in the 16th century at the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries.

Definition of Gilbertine in the English dictionary

The definition of Gilbertine in the dictionary is a member of a Christian order founded in approximately 1135 by St Gilbert of Sempringham, composed of nuns who followed the Cistercian rule and Augustinian canons who ministered to them. It was the only religious order of English origin and never spread to Europe. Other definition of Gilbertine is of, relating to, or belonging to this order.

WORDS THAT RHYME WITH GILBERTINE


argentine
ˈɑːdʒənˌtaɪn
Bernstein
ˈbɜːnstaɪn
Byzantine
bɪˈzænˌtaɪn
Constantine
ˈkɒnstənˌtaɪn
Einstein
ˈaɪnstaɪn
Epstein
ˈɛpstaɪn
Florentine
ˈflɒrənˌtaɪn
Frankenstein
ˈfræŋkɪnˌstaɪn
hematine
ˈhɛmətaɪn
Holstein
ˈhəʊlstaɪn
Lichtenstein
ˈlɪktənˌstaɪn
Liechtenstein
ˈlɪktənˌstaɪn
Palestine
ˈpælɪˌstaɪn
pristine
ˈprɪstaɪn
serpentine
ˈsɜːpənˌtaɪn
stein
staɪn
Stine
staɪn
tine
taɪn
Tyne
taɪn
valentine
ˈvælənˌtaɪn

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE GILBERTINE

Gila
Gila monster
gilbert
Gilbert and George
Gilbert Islands
Gilbertian
gild
gild the lily
gilded cage
gilden
gilder
gildhall
gilding
gildsman
gildsmen
gildswoman
gildswomen
Gilead
Gileadite
Giles

WORDS THAT END LIKE GILBERTINE

Augustine
carnitine
clandestine
clementine
creatine
fluoxetine
guillotine
intestine
lacertine
Lamartine
libertine
nemertine
nicotine
poutine
quarantine
routine
spessartine
tartine
travertine
vespertine

Synonyms and antonyms of Gilbertine in the English dictionary of synonyms

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Translation of «Gilbertine» into 25 languages

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Gilbertine
1,325 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
570 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
510 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
380 millions of speakers
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Gilbertine
280 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
278 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
270 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
260 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
220 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
190 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
180 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
130 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
85 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
85 millions of speakers
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Gilbertine
80 millions of speakers

Translator English - Tamil

Gilbertine
75 millions of speakers

Translator English - Marathi

गिल्बर्टिन
75 millions of speakers

Translator English - Turkish

Gilbertine
70 millions of speakers

Translator English - Italian

Gilbertine
65 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
50 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
40 millions of speakers

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Gilbertine
30 millions of speakers
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Translator English - Greek

Gilbertine
15 millions of speakers
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Translator English - Afrikaans

Gilbertine
14 millions of speakers
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Translator English - Swedish

Gilbertine
10 millions of speakers
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Translator English - Norwegian

Gilbertine
5 millions of speakers

Trends of use of Gilbertine

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «GILBERTINE»

The term «Gilbertine» is used very little and occupies the 169.214 position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «GILBERTINE» OVER TIME

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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Gilbertine

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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GILBERTINE»

Discover the use of Gilbertine in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Gilbertine and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
1
Gilbert of Sempringham and the Gilbertine Order: C. 1130-C. 1300
This is the first full scholarly study since 1902 of the Gilbertine order and its founder, St. Gilbert of Sempringham.
Brian Golding, 1995
2
Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia
Also known as the Order of Sempringham, the Gilbertine Order was founded in 1131 by Gilbert of Sempringham (c. 1083–1189) in Lincolnshire, England, when seven women in his parish church asked him to guide them in living a strict ...
Margaret Schaus, 2006
3
The Gilbertine Rite
The edition gathers together fragments surviving in Lincoln, Cathedral Library MS 115 (A.5.5); Cambridge, St John's College, MS N. 1; Oxford, Bodleian Library, Digby 36 (SC 1678), f. 110v; Cambridge, Pembroke' College, MS 226.
Reginald Maxwell Woolley, 2010
4
Monastic and Religious Orders in Britain, 1000-1300
were outside the official fold and were to remain so for some time to come.s0 The Cistercian rejection of the Gilbertine nuns was apparently due to their desire to remain an exclusively male organization. Gilbert's journey to C1teaux had, ...
Janet Burton, 1994
5
The New Westminster Dictionary of Christian Spirituality
This project failed although the Vita refers to Bernard helping Gilbert to draw up the Institutes of the Gilbertine Order that was to cover all the categories of the Order, male as well as female. On his return to England, Gilbert became Master of ...
Philip Sheldrake, 2005
6
The Yorkshire Nunneries in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
... Gilbertine order which accounted for over half of the total number of houses.41 Bearing in mind the proximity of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, and the close connections of their barons who often held land on both sides of the Humber, it is  ...
Janet E. Burton, 1979
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Transactions
from the Statutes, nothing was known until lately of the actual arrangement of a Gilbertine monastery, or the disposition of its cloisters and buildings. Of Sempringham nothing is left but part of the church. At Malton some of the monastic ...
East Riding Antiquarian Society, 1900
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The Transactions of the East Riding Antiquarian Society
from the Statutes, nothing was known until lately of the actual arrangement of a Gilbertine monastery, or the disposition of its- cloisters and buildings. Of Sempringham nothing is left but part of the church. At Malton some of the monastic ...
East Riding Antiquarian Society (Yorkshire)., 1900
9
The American Magazine
According to Sinclair's description, the interview- proceeded thus: — As soon as the door had closed upon them, and before either of the girls had a chance to speak, he remarked to Gilbertine: — " I have brought you here because I wish to ...
Frank Leslie, Miriam Florence (Folline) Leslie, Ellery Sedgwick, 1902
10
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly
According to Sinclair's description, the interview proceeded thus: — As soon as the door had closed upon them, and before either of the girls had a chance to speak, he remarked to Gilbertine: — " I have brought you here because I wish to ...
Frank Leslie, 1902

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GILBERTINE»

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... an outstanding, Grade 11 listed, 19th century building that stands on the site of the Gilbertine Priory of St. Katherine, founded in 1148. «Lincolnshire Echo, May 15»
2
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Photo : Kate Bock Sports Illustrated Swimsuit. PHOTO UPLOADED BY : GILBERTINE REFERENCE: #68919WW15583826. 1/6 Fan Uploads: Kate Bock Gallery. «FansShare, May 15»
3
This is not a listicle: On the Shakespearean origins of 'The Blacklist'
1338) was an English chronicler and Gilbertine monk, and in his book “Handlyng Synn” writes “Whan thou synnest, thou... makest thy soule ... «Haaretz, Nov 14»
4
Summer Reading
... more murders per head than Midsomer, you will be much diverted – look forward later in the series to mayhem in a Gilbertine monastery. «The Tablet, Jul 14»
5
Monk crocked by World Cup knee injury
It was found at the site of the medieval Gilbertine Priory, which is now occupied by the York Novotel. References to Gilberdine Monks playing ... «The Press, York, Jun 14»
6
Your News: Old grammar school is an important part of town's history
... was a monk and academic who may have been at the abbey (though he was a Gilbertine, not an Augustinian) who importantly worked on the ... «Bourne Local, Mar 14»
7
Expect Gilbert to Transform the Eastern Wig and Hair Building
The flag of the Gilbertine Empire now flies above 1400 Woodward, home of Eastern Wig and Hair Co. When it was built in 1915, however, the ... «Curbed National, Dec 13»
8
The Beautiful Mystery
Cloistered in a remote Northern Quebec monastery, 24 monks of the Gilbertine order, long thought to have vanished altogether, sing glorious Gregorian ... «Quill & Quire, Jan 13»
9
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His hero, Father Anselm, is a Gilbertine monk who was once a criminal barrister. In The Day of the Lie (Whole Story, 13CDs, £25.52) an old ... «The Independent, Jul 12»
10
Royal Highland Show 2012: Results
Reserve: Gordon Brooke, Linton Wold, Malton, with the two-year-old heifer, Linton Gilbertine's Black Bess. Galloway: John and Iain Finlay, ... «Scotsman, Jun 12»

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