Nun (noun)

A member of a religious community of women who live by certain vows and usually wear a habit, in some cases living in cloisters.

Origin:

From old english nunne, from latin nonna "nun, nurse", from greek nunna "nurse".

Examples:

  1. She became a nun and devoted her life to serving the poor.
  2. The nun taught at the local school.
  3. Many nuns choose to live a life of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
  4. The nunnery was a place of peace and solitude.
  5. The nun was known for her kindness and compassion towards others.
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