- Mother Superior
- Mother Superior ► NOUN ▪ the head of a female religious community.
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Mother Superior — son un Power trío estadounidense, que practican un Rock estadounidense con influencias variadas, desde Grand Funk Railroad a Thin Lizzy, Kiss o The Beatles; actualmente su formación está integrada por Jim Wilson(voz/guitarra), Marcus… … Wikipedia Español
mother superior — n. pl. mother superiors or mothers superior or Mother Superiors [often M S ] a woman who is the head of a religious establishment: often used as a title … English World dictionary
Mother Superior — Mother Superiors N COUNT A Mother Superior is a nun who is in charge of the other nuns in a convent … English dictionary
Mother Superior — A mother superior is an abbess or other nun in charge of a Christian religious order or congregation, a convent or house of women under vows. Mother superior may also refer to: Mother Superior (band), a rock band who became ¾ of Rollins Band… … Wikipedia
mother superior — noun the superior of a group of nuns • Syn: ↑abbess, ↑prioress • Derivationally related forms: ↑abbatial (for: ↑abbess) • Hypernyms: ↑superior … Useful english dictionary
Mother Superior — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms Mother Superior : singular Mother Superior plural Mother Superiors a woman who is in charge of a convent … English dictionary
Mother Superior — Mother Su perior n [C usually singular] the woman who is in charge of a ↑convent … Dictionary of contemporary English
Mother Superior — Mother Su perior noun count a woman who is in charge of a CONVENT … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
mother superior — pl. mother superiors, mothers superior. the head of a Christian religious community for women. [1905 10] * * * … Universalium
mother superior — Synonyms and related words: abbess, canoness, chatelaine, clergywoman, conventual, dame, dowager, first lady, goodwife, governess, great lady, homemaker, housewife, lady superior, madam, matriarch, matron, mistress, novice, nun, postulant,… … Moby Thesaurus