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English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
Jesuit    [N] พระเยซูอิต ในนิกายหนึ่งของโรมันคาทอที่ก่อตั้งในปี ค.ศ.๑๕๓๔

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Jesuit dramaละครเยซูอิต [วรรณกรรม ๖ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]

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Jesuitsเยซูอิทส์ [TU Subject Heading]

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
jesuit(เจส'ซุอิท) n. สมาชิกโรมันคาทอลิกนิกายหนึ่ง,คนร้อยเล่ห์., See also: Jesuitic adj. ดูJesuit Jesuitical adj. ดูJesuit Jesuitism n.ดูJesuit Jesuitry n. ดูJesuit

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
Jesuit(n) พระนิกายโรมันคาทอลิก

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
JESUIT JH EH1 ZH UW0 AH0 T
JESUITS JH EH1 ZH UW0 AH0 T S

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
Jesuit (n) (jh e1 z y u i t)
Jesuits (n) (jh e1 z y u i t s)
Jesuitical (j) (jh e2 z y u i1 t i k l)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
イエズス会[イエズスかい, iezusu kai] (n) Society of Jesus; Jesuits [Add to Longdo]
イエズス会士[イエズスかいし, iezusu kaishi] (n) Jesuit [Add to Longdo]
キリシタン版[キリシタンばん, kirishitan ban] (n) books printed in Japan by the Jesuits (1590-1612) [Add to Longdo]
ジェスイット[, jiesuitto] (n) Jesuit; (P) [Add to Longdo]
ゼスイット[, zesuitto] (n) Jesuit [Add to Longdo]
伊曾保物語[いそほものがたり, isohomonogatari] (n) Aesop's Fables (published initially by the Jesuits in 1593) [Add to Longdo]
伴天連(ateji);破天連(ateji)[ばてれん;パテレン;バテレン, bateren ; pateren ; bateren] (n) (1) Portuguese Jesuits (in Japan in the 16th century) (por [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Jesuit \Jes"u*it\, n. [F. J['e]suite, Sp. Jesuita: cf. It.
     Gesuita.]
     1. (R. C. Ch.) One of a religious order founded by Ignatius
        Loyola, and approved in 1540, under the title of The
        Society of Jesus.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     Note: The order consists of Scholastics, the Professed, the
           Spiritual Coadjutors, and the Temporal Coadjutors or
           Lay Brothers. The Jesuit novice after two years becomes
           a Scholastic, and takes his first vows of poverty,
           chastity, and obedience simply. Some years after, at
           the close of a second novitiate, he takes his second
           vows and is ranked among the Coadjutors or Professed.
           The Professed are bound by a fourth vow, from which
           only the pope can dispense, requiring them to go
           wherever the pope may send them for missionary duty.
           The Coadjutors teach in the schools, and are employed
           in general missionary labors. The Society is governed
           by a General who holds office for life. He has
           associated with him "Assistants" (five at the present
           time), representing different provinces. The Society
           was first established in the United States in 1807. The
           Jesuits have displayed in their enterprises a high
           degree of zeal, learning, and skill, but, by their
           enemies, have been generally reputed to use art and
           intrigue in promoting or accomplishing their purposes,
           whence the words Jesuit, Jesuitical, and the like, have
           acquired an opprobrious sense.
           [1913 Webster]
  
     2. Fig.: A crafty person; an intriguer.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     {Jesuits' bark}, Peruvian bark, or the bark of certain
        species of {Cinchona}; -- so called because its medicinal
        properties were first made known in Europe by Jesuit
        missionaries to South America.
  
     {Jesuits' drops}. See {Friar's balsam}, under {Friar}.
  
     {Jesuits' nut}, the European water chestnut.
  
     {Jesuits' powder}, powdered cinchona bark.
  
     {Jesuits' tea}, a Chilian leguminous shrub, used as a tea and
        medicinally.
        [1913 Webster]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  Jesuit
      adj 1: having qualities characteristic of Jesuits or Jesuitism;
             "Jesuitical education" [syn: {Jesuitical}, {Jesuitic},
             {Jesuit}]
      n 1: a member of the Jesuit order

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