Anchorite (disambiguation)

Anchorite (disambiguation)

Anchorite can refer to

* Anchorite, a Christian person who lives in strict physical separation from the secular society in pursuit of a purer form of religious observance.
* Anchorite, a kind of Azalea (Glenn Dale hybrid).
* Anchorite, the name of a Royal Navy submarine of the Second A Class. Pennant number P422 (S64). Previously called "Amphion". Built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow. Launched 1946. Scrapped 1970.
* The Anchorite Four, a music band.
* The Anchorites, a fellowship of naval officers.

Anchoress, which is the female form of Anchorite, can refer to

* Anchoress, a female Christian Anchorite who lives in strict physical separation from the secular society in pursuit of a purer form of religious observance.
* The Anchoress, a conservative leaning weblog focused on politics, current events, New York Yankees baseball, and Roman Catholic issues.

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