abbess - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of abbess in Hindi


abbess Definition

a women who is the head of religious community for nuns. (ईसाई या धार्मिक साध्वी-समाज की प्रमुख (महिला))

abbess Example

  • The special feature of the institute was that the abbess ruled the monks as well as the nuns. (संस्थान की खास बात यह थी कि मठाधीश ने भिक्षुओं के साथ-साथ ननों पर भी शासन किया।)
  • the abbess obtained princely rank and a seat in the imperial diet. (महन्तिन ने राजसी पद प्राप्त किया और शाही आहार में एक सीट।)


  • The abbess withheld much from me concerning the fate of my parents.
  • How she longed to be in the warm company of the abbess and the sisters again.
  • A comparison of the rites for the consecration of an abbot or abbess reveals the emphasis in the former on leadership and strength; in the latter on the need of the abbess for divine support.
  • She was an orthodox theologian, a reformer, a builder, a dramatist, a musician, an herbalist, and an abbess .
  • One example of this is in his sermon on St. Hilda, the seventh-century abbess who ruled over a double monastery of men and women at Whitby.
  • It was heavily funded by Otto I, who gave the abbess of the monastery much power and privilege.
  • I have given my word to the abbess and I pledge the same to you, that she will be generously cared for.
  • He maintained a correspondence with Marie's youngest daughter, an orthodox abbess named Mother Alexandra.
  • Then the abbess of the convent presents Antipholus of Syracuse, also claiming redress.
  • We were on the topic of religious freedom when the abbess went to get our guest some more coffee.
  • The abbess questions the existence of the reincarnations.
  • This extract from Hildegard of Bingen, an abbess , is from a book of ecstatic visions.
  • And when it came to details, he was known to be worse than a fussy abbess running a nunnery.
  • She arrived at the doors of the convent while the abbess was praying in front of the church's crucifix.
  • These animals may have been brought by foreign dignitaries who came to pay their respects to Edith and her mother (the abbess of Wilton and a former queen).
  • Particularly in Germany, where Hildegard lived, being an abbess was a very commanding position.
  • That is why we have abbesses in our tradition, as well as female doctors of the Church (not to mention queens).
  • There are many women who, as abbesses or as ordinary nuns, did much for learning and welfare.
  • Abbots, abbesses and bishops were buried with their croziers, the pastoral staffs symbolic of their office.
  • Most of the early medieval saints were bishops, abbots, and abbesses with an impeccable social pedigree.