Definition of Agapemone in English:

Agapemone

noun

  • 1historical
    Chiefly with the. The headquarters of the religious sect founded by the Rev. Henry James Prince (1811–99) at Spaxton in Somerset in the mid 19th cent., or a similar establishment run by his successor, the Rev. John Hugh Smyth-Pigott (1852–1927), at Clapton, London; = Abode of Love. Now historical.

  • 2Generally Generally. A community characterized by love, an ‘abode of love’; (in extended use) an occasion or situation characterized by the sharing of communal love or the practice of free love.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Times. Irregularly from Hellenistic Greek ἀγάπη love + μονή dwelling, abode.

Pronunciation

Agapemone

/ˌaɡəˈpiːməni//ˌaɡəˈpɛməni//ˌaɡəˈpiːm(ə)ni/