brother hospitaler of st. john of god


brother hospitaler of st. john of god
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Usage: usually capitalized B&H, capitalized S&J&G
Etymology: after St. John of God died 1550 Spanish religious, who founded the institute
: a member of a Roman Catholic religious institute founded in 1540 at Granada, Spain, and devoted especially to the care of the sick

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