Abbey (noun)

  1. A monastery or convent ruled by an abbot or abbess.
  2. A building used by such a community of people dedicated to religious life.
  3. A church associated with a monastery or convent.

Origin:

From old french abbaie, from late latin abbatia, from latin abbatem ("abbot"), from aramaic abbā ("father"), from ancient greek abbás ("father").

Examples:

  1. The abbey was founded in the 11th century and has been a center of learning and devotion ever since.
  2. The abbey is known for its beautiful architecture and rich history.
  3. The abbey was home to a community of nuns who dedicated their lives to prayer and service.
  4. The abbey was sacked by the invaders and its treasures were taken or destroyed.
  5. The abbey is a popular tourist destination and attracts many visitors every year.
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