Frater

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Frater is the Latin word for brother.

  • In Roman Catholicism, a monk who is not a priest

It may also refer to:

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  • Frater House, a house where fraternity or sorority members live and work together
  • Frater, Ontario, a community in the Unorganized North Algoma District, Ontario, Canada
  • Refectory, sometimes called a frater, a dining hall in a monastery or boarding school
  • The Frater, publication of Psi Omega, an American fraternity of dentists
  • Frater Superior, the head of Ordo Templi Orientis, an international fraternal and religious organization
  • Frater (lingua sistemfrater), a constructed language

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