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Definition of Clerk
ClerkClerk Clerk (?; in Eng. ?; 277), n. [Either OF. clerc, fr. L.
clericus a priest, or AS. clerc, cleric, clerk, priest, fr.
L. clericus, fr. Gr. ? belonging to the clergy, fr. ? lot,
allotment, clergy; cf. Deut. xviii. 2. Cf. Clergy.]
1. A clergyman or ecclesiastic. [Obs.]
All persons were styled clerks that served in the
church of Christ. --Ayliffe.
2. A man who could read; a scholar; a learned person; a man
of letters. [Obs.] ``Every one that could read . . . being
accounted a clerk.' --Blackstone.
He was no great clerk, but he was perfectly well
versed in the interests of Europe. --Burke.
3. A parish officer, being a layman who leads in reading the
responses of the Episcopal church service, and otherwise
assists in it. [Eng.] --Hook.
And like unlettered clerk still cry ``Amen'.
4. One employed to keep records or accounts; a scribe; an
accountant; as, the clerk of a court; a town clerk.
The clerk of the crown . . . withdrew the bill.
Note: In some cases, clerk is synonymous with secretary. A
clerk is always an officer subordinate to a higher
officer, board, corporation, or person; whereas a
secretary may be either a subordinate or the head of an
office or department.
5. An assistant in a shop or store. [U. S.]
Meaning of Clerk from wikipedia
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- James Clerk Maxwell
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- The Night Clerk
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- A law clerk
or a judicial clerk
is an individual—generally an attorney—who provides direct
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to a judge
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- being known
as the clerk
, the position
is generally referred
to as the town clerk
, township clerk
, city clerk
, village clerk
, borough clerk
- A court clerk
(British English clerk
to the court, /klɑːk/; American English clerk
of the court
of court, /klɝk/) is an officer
of the court
- The clerk
, chief clerk
, or secretary
of a legislative chamber
is the senior administrative officer responsible
that its business
- A staff clerk
is a professional specialist clerk
in the British
Army who is a member
of an administrative
corps, as opposed
to a unit clerk
, who is a...
- A clerk
of the works
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or a client
on a construction
site. The role is primarily
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