Translation of Augustinian in Spanish:

Augustinian

agustino, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌɔɡəˈstɪniən//ˌɔːɡəˈstɪnɪən/

noun

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    agustino masculine
    agustina feminine
    • As he himself observes, contemporary Augustinians have been good and conscientious democrats.
    • Orders of monks and nuns multiplied over the years: Benedictines, Dominicans, Cistercians, Augustinians, Carmelites and others.
    • The Augustinians are now withdrawing from Ballyhaunis, they say, because of the ageing profile of their priests and the lack of vocations.
    • The Church of Ireland congregation in Galway has offered its facilities at the Collegiate Church to the Augustinians to celebrate Mass there.
    • Eventually, he placed a ban on the Augustinians, forbidding them from building any new convents or churches without express permission of the bishop.
    • Christian outposts founded by Dominicans, Franciscans, and Augustinians grew into towns.
    • By the mid-1400s the property was being used for religious purposes by the Augustinians, an association that ceased when the property was granted to Roger Jones.
    • As a result, the work of the Augustinians on the Missions can be continued for the benefit of the less well off of Africa.
    • In a statement the Order says that ‘at their recent chapter assembly, the Irish Augustinians unanimously endorsed the re-organisation decisions of their Council.’
    • He joined the Augustinians and was ordained a priest in 1946.

adjective

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    agustino