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Greek

Etymology

From Koine Greek (kalóg?ros), from (kalós, "good") +‎ (gêras, "old age")

Noun

o (kalógerosm (plural )

  1. (religion) monk, friar
  2. (figuratively, humorous) a solitary, ascetic, monkish person
  3. coat rack, hatstand
  4. (medicine) boil
  5. great tit (bird)
  6. (nautical) exposed rock at sea

Declension

Synonyms

  • (monk): ? m (monachós)
  • (boil):  n (spyrí)
  • (boil):  m (dothiínas)

Related terms

  •  m (géros, "old man")
  • ? n (kalogerópoulo, "young monk")
  • ? f (kalogerikí, "monkhood")
  • (kalogerístikos, "monkish")
  •  f (kalógria, "nun")

Descendants

  • Aromanian: cãlugãr
  • Portuguese: calouro
  • Romanian: c?lug?r

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