vicarius

High functionary responsible for a diocese. Also a replacement, as in a recruit provided by conscript unwilling to serve in person Also a lieutenant.

Vicarius

Vicarius is a Latin word, meaning substitute or deputy. It is the root and origin of the English word `vicar`. Originally, in ancient Rome, this was an equivalent to the English `vice-` (as in `deputy`), used as part of the title of various officials. Each vicarius was assigned to a specific superior official, after whom his full title was g...
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Vicarius

Replacement. A - recruit provided by conscript unwilling to serve in person. B - lieutenant.
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