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The meaning of Freemason

Freemason – definition

noun

A member of an international order established for mutual help and fellowship, which holds elaborate secret ceremonies.

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noun

A member of a large and old secret society for men in which all the members help each other and use secret signs to communicate with each other

Freemason translation into English

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共济会

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Vrijmetselaar

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Franc maçon, Franc maçonnerie

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Freimaurer

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संगतराश

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Massone, Frammassone

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숙련 석수 조합원

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Масон, Франкмасон, Фармазон

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Masón, Francmasón

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