Augustinians

Augustinians, (a) Canons, called also Black Cenobites, under a less severe discipline than monks, had 200 houses in England and Wales at the Reformation; (b) Friars, mendicant, a portion of them barefooted; (c) Nuns, nurses of the sick.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Au`gustine, St. * Augustus
Au`gier, Émile
Augs`burg
Augsburg Confession
Augurs
August
Augusta
Augustan Age
Augusti
Augustin
Au`gustine, St.
Augustinians
Augustus
Augustus
Augustus I.
Augustus II.
Augustus III.
Aulic Council
Aulis
Aumale, Duc d'
Aumale, Duc d'
Aungerville, Richard

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Augustinians in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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