Meaning of IDIORRHYTHMIC in English

|idēə+ adjective

Etymology: Late Greek idiorrhythm os (from Greek idio- + rhythmos measured motion, measure, proportion) + English -ic — more at rhythm

Eastern Church : self-regulating — used of (1) monks that live separately, hold property, work individually in supporting themselves, and though members of a monastery supervised by an elected council are not under direct daily supervision or (2) of monasteries so organized

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