Vicar

A vicar (ər; Latin: vicarius) is a representative, deputy or substitute; anyone acting `in the person of` or agent for a superior (compare `vicarious` in the sense of `at second hand`). In this sense, the title is comparable to lieutenant. Linguistically, vicar is cognate with the English prefix `vice`, similarly meaning `deputy`. The t...
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vicar

(from Latin vicarius, `substitute`), an official acting in some special way for a superior, primarily an ecclesiastical title in the Christian ...
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vicar

[n] - (United States Episcopal Church) a clergyman in charge of a chapel 2. [n] - (Church of England) a clergyman appointed to act as priest of a parish 3. [n] - a Roman Catholic priest who acts for another higher-ranking clergyman
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Vicar

• (n.) The incumbent of an appropriated benefice. • (n.) One deputed or authorized to perform the functions of another; a substitute in office; a deputy.
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vicar

noun a Roman Catholic priest who acts for another higher-ranking clergyman
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Vicar

[Anglicanism] Vicar is the title given to certain parish priests in the Church of England. It has played a significant role in Anglican Church organisation in ways that are different from other Christian denominations. The title is very old and arises from the medieval situation where priests were appointed either by a secular lord, by a bi...
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Vicar

Vic'ar noun [ Middle English vicar , viker , vicair , French vicaire , from Latin vicarius . See Vicarious .] 1. One deputed or authorized to perform the functions of another; a substitute in office; a deputy. [ R.] 2. (Eng. Eccl. Law)...
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Vicar

A clerk in holy orders appointed by a rector to administer a parish.
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Vicar

A vicar is a church of England priest.
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vicar

Church of England priest, originally one who acted as deputy to a rector, but now also a parish priest. In the USA, a vicar is in charge of a chapel of the Episcopal Church. ...
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vicar

Church of England priest, originally one who acted as deputy to a rector, but now also a parish priest. In the USA, a vicar is in charge of a chapel of the Episcopal Church
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Vicar

From the Latin word vicarius, meaning 'a substitute.' Used to describe an English priest in who is charge of a congregation.
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Vicar

He who exercises a function on behalf of another, and with his authority
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Vicar

In the Church of England if a parish is not wealthy enough to provide its own priest, then one is provided and paid for by the bishop. This priest is known as a vicar.
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Vicar

Lat. One who acts as a proxy in an official capacity.
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vicar

parish priest who receives a stipend or salary but does not receive the tithes of a parish.
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vicar

vicar 1. A parish priest in the Church of England who receives a stipend or salary but does not receive the tithes of a parish. 2. A cleric acting in the place of a rector or bishop in the Anglican Communion generally. 4. In the Roman Catholic Church, a priest acting for or representing another, often a higher-ranking cleric. 5. One who serves as a...
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Vicar

Vicar is British slang for a pint of Guinness with an excessive head.
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