listen to the pronunciation of mendicant
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} dilenci
(sıfat) dilenci
{s} dilenciye özgü
dilencilik eden
dilenciye mahsus
(isim) dilenci
dilencilik yapan
{i} yalvarma

Onu yiyecek için yalvarmasını görmek kalbimi kırdı. - It broke my heart to see her begging for food.

Bilinmeyen varlıklara yalvarmak akıllıca değil. - Begging from unknown entities isn't wise.

{i} dilenme

Yasaya göre, sokakta dilenmek yasaktır. - By law, begging in the street is forbidden.

Adam kapı kapı dilenmeye gitti. - The man went begging from door to door.

Englisch - Englisch
A beggar
Of or pertaining to a beggar
Of or pertaining to a member of a religious order forbidden to own property, and who must beg for a living
Depending on alms for a living
A religious friar forbidden to own personal property who begs for a living
One who begs for a living
{n} a begging friar
{a} begging
a pauper who lives by begging
practicing beggary; "mendicant friars"
{s} of the poor; of a beggar; of or pertaining to one who lives on alms
someone who asks people for money in order to live, usually for religious reasons (present participle of mendicare , from mendicus )
one who makes a business of begging; specifically, a begging friar
\MEN-dih-kunt\, noun: 1 A beggar; especially, one who makes a business of begging 2 A member of an order of friars forbidden to acquire landed property and required to be supported by alms
Religious orders that arose in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries that took vows of personal and corporate poverty and, depending on charity for survival, preached to the urban populations
{i} one who is poor; beggar; cleric who lives by charity
A beggar; esp
practicing beggary; "mendicant friars
Practicing beggary; begging; living on alms; as, mendicant friars
a male member of a religious order that originally relied soley on alms
mendicant order
Any religious order whose members depend on begging or charity
plural of mendicant





    () From Latin mendīcāns, present participle of mendīcō (“beg”).