Расстановка переносов clois·ter
Турецкое произношение kloystır
Синонимы enter religion
, chapter house
, religious community
Этимология [ 'kloi-st&r ] (noun.) 13th century. recorded since c.1300, directly from Old French cloistre, clostre or via Old English clauster, both from Medieval Latin claustrum "portion of monastery closed off to laity," from Latin claustrum, "place shut in, bar, bolt, enclosure", a noun use of the past participle (neutral inflection) of claudere ‘to close’.