Bishop

[Eastern Orthodox Church] A Bishop in the Orthodox Christian Church is the highest spiritual office within the Universal Church. Unlike in some other Christian denominations, an Orthodox bishop cannot interfere with other dioceses that are not under his own jurisdiction. ==Episcopal ministry== A bishop is the successor to the Apostles in th...
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bishop

[n] - a clergyman having spiritual and administrative authority 2. [n] - port wine mulled with oranges and cloves 3. [n] - (chess) a piece that can be moved diagonally over unoccupied squares of the same color
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bishop

Priest next in rank to an archbishop in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican churches. A bishop has charge of a district called a diocese. Originally, bishops were chosen by the...
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Bishop

Self-propelled gun/howitzer on Valentine chassis, 1942 [UK]
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Bishop

(From the Greek word episkopos: supervisor). In the early church, he was a chief priest at a church. Later, the role became that of a priest with administrative duties over a group of churches within a geographical area called a diocese.
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Bishop

Bish'op noun [ Middle English bischop , biscop , bisceop , Anglo-Saxon bisceop , biscop , Latin episcopus overseer, superintendent, bishop, from Greek ... , ... over + ... inspector, from root of ... , ... , to look to, ...
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Bishop

Bish'op transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bishoped ; present participle & verbal noun Bishoping .] To admit into the church by confirmation; to confirm; hence, to receive formally to favor.
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Bishop

Bish'op transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bishoped ; present participle & verbal noun Bishoping .] [ From the name of the scoundrel who first practiced it. Youatt .] (Far.) To make seem younger, by operating on t...
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bishop

1. A spiritual overseer, superintendent, or director. 'Ye were as sheep going astray; but are now returned unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls.' (1 Pet. Ii. 25) 'It is a fact now generally recognised by theologians of all shades of opinion, that in the language of the new Testament the same officer in the church is called indifferently 'bish...
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bishop

noun (chess) a piece that can be moved diagonally over unoccupied squares of the same color
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bishop

noun port wine mulled with oranges and cloves
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bishop

noun a clergyman having spiritual and administrative authority; appointed in Christian churches to oversee priests or ministers; considered in some churches to be successors of the twelve apostles of Christ
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Bishop

• (n.) A beverage, being a mixture of wine, oranges or lemons, and sugar. • (v. t.) To admit into the church by confirmation; to confirm; hence, to receive formally to favor. • (n.) An old name for a woman`s bustle. • (n.) A spiritual overseer, superintendent, or director. • (n.) In the Roman Catholic, Greek, and Anglican o...
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bishop

(from the article `chess`) There were also some subtle changes in thinking from the 1970s through the `90s about conducting the late opening and early middlegame stages of a ... Each player has two bishops, and they begin the game at c1 and f1 for White, c8 and f8 for Black. A bishop can move to any unobstructed square on the ... ......
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bishop

in some Christian churches, the chief pastor and overseer of a diocese, an area containing several congregations. Although the New Testament mentions ... [42 related articles]
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bishop

any of several small African birds belonging to the family Ploceidae (order Passeriformes) and constituting the genus Euplectes. The breeding males ...
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Bishop

Bishop is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `overseer` Bishop doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Bishop appeared In the top-1000 was 10 years ago, In 1998. It ranked #961 In that year. . 1890 was a `top year` for the name Bishop. (Based on 128 years of name history) In that year it ranked #416. Our records ...
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bishop

bishop: see orders, holy.
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Bishop

Bishop is the highest of the three orders in the Christian ministry - bishops, priests, and deacons - in such churches as recognize three grades. The name is derived from the Greek episkopos, meaning literally an overseer, through the Anglo-Saxon biscop, bisceop. Originally in the Christian church, the name was used interchangeably with presbyter o...
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Bishop

The Bishop was a British self-propelled gun of the Second World War. The Bishop was designed to relieve the North African 25-pounder batteries of their role as anti-tank weapons, and was first produced in 1941. A 25-pounder gun was mounted on a Valentine tank chassis in a high sided slab turret, a design flaw as the turret proved an easy target for...
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Bishop

Bishop (also known as purple wine) is a drink made from red wine, either hot or cold, over ripe bitter oranges and then sweetened and spiced. In Germany, bishop is a drink made of wine, sugar, nutmeg and orange or lemon.
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Bishop

Type: Term Pronunciation: bish′ŏp Definitions: 1. Louis F., U.S. physician, 1864-1941. See: Bishop sphygmoscope
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bishop

Priest next in rank to an archbishop in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican churches. A bishop has charge of a district called a diocese. Originally, bishops were chosen by the congregation, but in the Roman Catholic Church they are appointed by the pope, although in some countries, such as Spain, the political authority nominates appoin...
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bishop

high-ranking official in the Church of England.
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Bishop

[surname] Bishop is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Category:English-language surnames ...
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