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lim0nka United Kingdom Local time: 03:31 Native speaker of: Polish PRO pts in pair: 1341
1 hr confidence:
NOUN: 1. A member of a chapter of priests serving in a cathedral or collegiate church. 2. A member of certain religious communities living under a common rule and bound by vows.
ETYMOLOGY: Middle English canoun, from Norman French canun, from Late Latin cannicus, one living under a rule, from Latin cann, rule. (Heritage)
Kopernik was one.
pidzej Poland Local time: 04:31 Native speaker of: Polish PRO pts in pair: 1733