Definition of Rosicrucianism in US English:

Rosicrucianism

noun

  • See Rosicrucian

    • ‘Next we look at Rosicrucianism, which started in Europe in the fifteenth century.’
    • ‘Hermetic magic is syncretic and includes elements of early Egyptian, Greek and Hebrew occultism, neo-Platonism, agnosticism, kabala, alchemy and Rosicrucianism.’
    • ‘He looked beyond Lull for a master method, flirting for a time with Rosicrucianism, which was rumoured to be a source of some kind of synoptic understanding.’
    • ‘Kellner was a student of Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism and Eastern mysticism.’

Pronunciation

Rosicrucianism

/-ˌnizəm/