abbey /ˈabi/

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I. noun

1. the building or buildings occupied by a community of monks or nuns.
2. a church that was formerly an abbey.
– origin Middle English: from Old French abbeie, from medieval Latin abbatia ‘abbacy’, from abbas, abbat- (see abbot).

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