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(in Scotland) principal of a school ; priest, pastordominie
a parish priestcuré
act as pastor, minister, priest, clergyman, parson; spiritual leader, spiritual guide, shepherd, spiritual adviserpastor
ancient Greek priest, explainer of mysteries, interpreter of events, one who interprets religious mysteries (in ancient Greece); commentator, one who offers explanationshierophant
ancient Roman military squadron containing 60 or 120 men; piece of cloth worn as part of the ecclesiastical vestments of a priest, former ecclesiastical adornment, part of Roman legionmaniple
Anglican priest, Episcopal Church cleric, member of the Anglican clergy, priest who serves in various substitute capacities in different Christian denominations, Roman Catholic priestvicar
apprentice, one who is learning a skill (or profession, etc.); beginner, noviceprentice
aruspex, priest who foretold futureharuspex
assistant to the minister of a church, layperson assisting minister, ordained person ranking below a priestdeacon
attendant of goddess Cybele, priest of Cybele, priest that served the Phrygian goddess Cybele wild dancing and music (Ancient Mythology)Corybant
beginner at something, novice, rookie, lowest rank in the Scouts, somebody unused to tough outdoor lifetenderfoot
beginner, novice, amateur, tirotyro
beginner, novice; newcomer; beginning priest; new religious convert, recent convert, religious noviceneophyte
being of an intimate nature, of an admission or disclosure; pertaining to the confessing of sins in order to obtain forgiveness, place for confession in church, place where a priest hears confessions, resembling confessionconfessional
biblical Hebrew priest, book of the Bible, Habacuc, prophet of the 7th century BC; book of the Old Testament named after this prophet; male first nameHabakkuk
biblical priest and king, priest and king of Salem (in the book of Genesis in the Bible); order of priests in the Mormon Church; male first name (Hebrew), senior Mormon priestsMelchizedek
bishop, priest of high position, high-ranking member of clergyprelate
book of Bible, Hebrew priest, Hebrew scribe and prophet of 5th century BC (Biblical); book of the Bible named for Ezra; male first nameEzra
breaking of bread by priest, number that is not a whole, part, product of the division of one number by another, quotient (Mathematics); part of a whole; segment, fragment, separated component, small amountfraction
brutally realistic, cold, crude, hurt and sore, inexperienced, living, alive; uncooked; unprocessed, unrefined; inexperienced, novice; painful, tender; crude, vulgar, not changed or interpreted, not subtle, wound, injuryraw
by amateurs, not done with skill, not professional, novice, nonprofessional, somebody doing something for pleasure, somebody who loves something, unskilled personamateur
by proxy, parcel post, parish priest, past participlep.p.
Celtic priest of ancient Gaul and Britain, modern follower of ancient Celtic religion, priest in ancient Celtic religionDruid
characteristic of a priest, characteristic of a minister; characteristic of a person who leads religious ritespriestliness
Christian chaplain in the armed forces, priest (Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian); military chaplain (Informal), used to address a priestpadre
Christian not deterred by persecution, one who confesses, one who admits; priest who hears confession; one who confesses faith in Christianity (especially in the face of persecution), somebody who confessesconfessor
Christian priest officiating jointly at Massconcelebrant
Christian priest, of clergy, minister, member of the clergy, respectedreverend
Christian sacrament of reconciliation, duty imposed by priest, impose penance on somebody, self-imposed punishment; self-mortification, affliction; repentance, self-punishment for committing sinpenance
clergyman, priest, minister, cleric, Episcopal ministerparson
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