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sveštenik [ muški rod ]

Pop, svešteno lice.

cannon [ imenica ]
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ETYM French cannon, from Latin canna reed, pipe, tube. Related to Cane.
(Homonym: canon).
A large piece of artillery, usually mounted on wheels.
Heavy automatic gun fired from an airplane.
(Medieval) A cylindrical piece of armor plate to protect the arm.
Lower part of the leg extending from the hock to the fetlock in hoofed mammals; SYN. shank.

cassock [ imenica {odevanje} ]
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ETYM French casaque, from Italian casacca, perh. from Latin casa cottage, in Italian, house; or of Slavic origin.
An ankle-length black garment worn by priests or choristers.
Close-fitting ankle-length clergyman's garment.
A close-fitting ankle-length garment worn especially in Roman Catholic and Anglican churches by the clergy and by laypersons assisting in services.

churchman [ imenica ]
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Clergyman
A member of a church

clergyman [ imenica {N/A} ]
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(Irregular plural: clergymen).
A spiritual leader of the Christian Church; SYN. reverend, man of the cloth.

cleric [ imenica ]
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ETYM AS., from Latin clericus. Related to Clerk.
A clergyman or other person in religious orders; SYN. churchman, divine, ecclesiastic.

curate [ imenica ]
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ETYM Late Lat. curatus, prop., one who is charged with the care (Latin cura) of souls. Related to Cure, Curé.
A person authorized to conduct religious worship; SYN. minister, parson, pastor, rector.
Assistant to a parish priest.
In the Christian church, literally, a priest who has the cure of souls in a parish, and the term is so used in mainland Europe. In the Church of England, a curate is an unbeneficed cleric who acts as assistant to a parish priest, more exactly an “assistant curate”.

devil-dodger [ imenica ]
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domine [ imenica ]
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ecclesiastic [ imenica ]
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Clergyman.

father [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. fader, AS. faeder; akin to OS. fadar, Dutch vader, Old High Germ. fatar, German vater, Icel. fathir Swed. and Dan. fader, OIr. athir, Latin pater, Greek pathr, Skr. pitr, perh. from Skr. pâ protect. Related to Papa, Paternal, Patriot, Potential, Pablum.
A male parent (also used as a term of address to one's father); SYN. male parent, begetter.
A person who holds an important or distinguished position in some organization.

minister [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. ministre, French ministre, from Latin minister, orig. a double comparative from the root of minor less, and hence meaning, an inferior, a servant. Related to Minor, Master, Minstrel.
A person appointed to a high office in the government; SYN. government minister.
A diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador; SYN. diplomatic minister.
(British) The job of a head of a government department.

parson [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. persone person, parson, Old Fren. persone, French personne person, Late Lat. persona (sc. ecclesiae), from Latin persona a person. Related to Person.
A person who represents a parish in its ecclesiastical and corporate capacities; hence, the rector or incumbent of a parochial church.
Any clergyman having ecclesiastical preferment; one who is in orders, or is licensed to preach; a preacher.

pastor [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin, from pascere, pastum, to pasture, to feed. Related to Pabulum, Pasture, Food.
A guardian; a keeper; specifically a minister having the charge of a church and parish.
A spiritual overseer; especially; a clergyman serving a local church or parish.
Chiefly Southwest; herdsman.

pope [ imenica ]
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ETYM as. pâpa, Latin papa father, bishop. Related to Papa, Papal.
The bishop of Rome, head of the Roman Catholic Church, which claims he is the spiritual descendant of St Peter. Elected by the Sacred College of Cardinals, a pope dates his pontificate from his coronation with the tiara, or triple crown, at St Peter's Basilica, Rome. The pope had great political power in Europe from the early Middle Ages until the Reformation.
History.
11th–13th centuries The papacy enjoyed its greatest temporal power under Gregory vii and Innocent iii.
1309–The papacy came under French control (headquarters Avignon rather than Rome), “the Babylonian Captivity”.
1378–14The “Great Schism” followed, with rival popes in Avignon and Rome.
16th century Papal political power further declined with the withdrawal of allegiance by the Protestant states at the Reformation.
18The Papal States in central Italy, which had been under the pope’s direct rule from 75merged with the newly united Italian state. At the Vatican Council the doctrine of papal infallibility was proclaimed.
19The Lateran Treaty recognized papal territorial sovereignty, even in Italy, only within the Vatican City.
19John Paul ii became the first non-Italian pope since 1542.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church; SYN. pontiff, Holy Father, Vicar of Christ.

priest [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. prest, preost, as. preóst, from Latin presbyter. Related to Pristine, Presbyter.
A clergyman in many Christian churches who has the authority to perform or administer various religious rites.
A spiritual leader in a non-Christian religion; SYN. non-Christian priest.

shepherd [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. schepherde, schephirde, AS. sceáphyrde; sceáp sheep + hyrde, hirde, heorde, a herd, a guardian. Related to Sheep, and Herd.
A man who tends a group of sheep or goats.
A clergyman who watches over a group of people in his congregation.

vicar [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. vicar, viker, vicair, French vicaire, from Latin vicarius. Related to Vicarious.
A Roman Catholic priest who acts for another higher-ranking clergyman.
(Church of England) A clergyman appointed to act as priest of a parish.
(US Episcopal Church) A clergyman in charge of a chapel.



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