hospitaller


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to hospitaller: Teutonic Knights

hospitaller

(US), hospitaler
a person, esp a member of certain religious orders, dedicated to hospital work, ambulance services, etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
But the Knights Hospitaller are even more mysterious and hidden.
The Hospitallers in the medieval kingdom of Hungary, c.
As the editors point out in the introduction (1), since an early well-known and pioneering nineteenth-century study by Joseph Delaville de Roulx, Hospitaller women have received very little attention.
So a determined group set up the British Order of St John to carry on caring for the sick in the Hospitaller tradition.
The approximately 15,000 worldwide members of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St.
MANILA -- Knights of the Philippine Order of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St.
The Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Hospitaller Order of St.
Thus, in England, as Helen Nicholson shows, royal will was often the deciding factor in Templar and Hospitaller mobility, while Elena Bellomo's study identifies a network of about fifty Templar houses in northwestern Italy, whose personnel mostly appear to be traveling within Italy on papal errands.
Another greatly complicating factor is the wide and varied array of local landlords, with various tracts belonging to the great Cistercian abbeys of Bylands, near Easingwold, and Fountains, near Ripon; some belonged to the Knights Hospitaller of St John; others to local families like the Beaumonts, Ramsdens, Pilkingtons and Kayes; others to the estates of further away gentry such as the Gascoignes, Townleys and Wentworths.
Hospitaller in Wales, Rona Price, said they were grateful for all the efforts people in Wales had made.
One of the more specific titles on a religious history theme charts the role and activities of the charitable and military Order of St John of Jerusalem, in The Knights Hospitaller by Helen Nicholson (Boydell, 25 [pounds sterling]), from the 11th to 18th centuries and beyond.
Healthcare organizations such as Grifols, University of Utah, the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God, and Sharp Healthcare have adopted Ciscos intent-based data center solution, Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI).