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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish ermita, from older eremita (hermit), from Late Latin erēmīta, from Ancient Greek ἐρημίτης (erēmítēs), from ἔρημος (érēmos, solitary) (compare French ermite, Italian eremita).

NounEdit

ermita

  1. hermitage
  2. An isolated chapel, shrine or other sanctuary, often in the care of a hermit or anchorite.

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EtymologyEdit

From eremita (hermit), from Ecclesiastical Latin, Late Latin erēmīta, from Ancient Greek ἐρημίτης (erēmítēs).

NounEdit

ermita f (plural ermites)

  1. hermitage, chapel

EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

ermito +‎ -a.

AdjectiveEdit

ermita (accusative singular ermitan, plural ermitaj, accusative plural ermitajn)

  1. hermitic

SpanishEdit

 
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ermita [2]

EtymologyEdit

From older eremita (hermit), from Ecclesiastical Latin, Late Latin erēmīta, from Ancient Greek ἐρημίτης (erēmítēs), from ἔρημος (érēmos) "solitary" (compare French ermite, Italian eremita).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /erˈmita/, [erˈmit̪a]

NounEdit

ermita f (plural ermitas)

  1. hermitage
  2. An isolated chapel, shrine or other sanctuary, often in the care of a hermit or anchorite.

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