Definition of Abbot. Meaning of Abbot. Synonyms of Abbot

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Definition of Abbot

Abbot
Misrule Mis*rule", n. 1. The act, or the result, of misruling. 2. Disorder; confusion; tumult from insubordination. Enormous riot and misrule surveyed. --Pope. Abbot, or Lord, of Misrule. See under Abbot, and Lord.

Meaning of Abbot from wikipedia

- Abbot (From the Aramaic Abba meaning "father") is an ecclesiastical title given to the male head of a monastery in various western religious traditions...
- The Abbot (1820) is a historical novel by Sir Walter Scott, one of the Waverley novels. A sequel to The Monastery, its action takes place in 1567 and...
- Abbot of Tavistock was the title of the abbot of Tavistock Abbey in Devon, England. The name of the first abbot is unknown, but the abbey was founded...
- Russ Abbot (born Russell Allan Roberts; 18 September 1947)[citation needed] is an English musician, comedian and actor. Born in Chester, he first came...
- George Abbot may refer to: George Abbot (bishop) (1562–1633), English clergyman who became Archbishop of Canterbury George Abbot (author) (c. 1603–1649)...
- Nick Abbot (born 22 August 1960) is an English radio presenter, who previously covered on the Real Radio network and currently presents The Late Show...
- Newton Abbot is a market town and civil parish on the River Teign in the Teignbridge District of Devon, England, with a po****tion of 25,556. It grew...
- An abbot is the head of a monastery, usually used in a Christian context, but can also be used in a Buddhist context: Abbot (Buddhism) Abbot may also...
- Charles Abbot may refer to: Charles Abbot, 1st Baron Colchester (1757–1829), British statesman Charles Abbot, 2nd Baron Colchester (1798–1867), British...
- A Prince-abbot (German: Fürstabt) is a title for a cleric who is a Prince of the Church (like a Prince-bishop), in the sense of an ex officio temporal...
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