Definition of Cleric. Meaning of Cleric. Synonyms of Cleric

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Definition of Cleric

Cleric
Cleric Cler"ic, n. [AS., fr. L. clericus. See Clerk.] A clerk, a clergyman. [R.] --Bp. Horsley.
Cleric
Cleric Cler"ic, a. Same as Clerical.

Meaning of Cleric from wikipedia

- almost without exception a cleric, but a cardinal is not a type of cleric. An archbishop is not a distinct type of cleric, but is simply a bishop who...
- The Clerics (Indonesian: Sang Kiai) is a 2013 Indonesian drama film directed by Rako Prijanto. The film follows the Muslim cleric and founder of Indonesian...
- The Cleric Quintet is a series of five fantasy novels by American writer R. A. Salvatore, set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of the Dungeons...
- Clericalism is the application of the formal, church-based, leadership or opinion of ordained clergy in matters of either the Church or broader political...
- Cleric is a member of the clergy. Cleric may also refer to: Cleric (band), an American avant-garde metal band Cleric (character cl****), a character cl****...
- creatures. Clerics also have specific 'domains' which usually align with the character's alignment and the god that cleric serves. Whether the cleric repels...
- The Cleric, Priest or Bishop is a character cl**** in Dungeons & Dragons and other fantasy role-playing games. The cleric is primarily a healer, but is...
- Clerical clothing is non-liturgical clothing worn exclusively by clergy. It is distinct from vestments in that it is not reserved specifically for services...
- and avant-garde metal. Cleric has released three studio albums: Regressions (2010), Retrocausal (2017) and Chokhma (2018) Cleric was formed in 2003 and...
- describe a loss of clerical state, has no meaning in contemporary Catholic canon law; it used to mean a cleric being forbidden to wear clerical garb (to de-frock...
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