Definition of Prolocutor. Meaning of Prolocutor. Synonyms of Prolocutor

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Definition of Prolocutor

Prolocutor
Prolocutor Prol`o*cu"tor, n. [L., from proloqui, p. p. prolocutus, to speak out; pro for + loqui to speak.] 1. One who speaks for another. --Jeffrey. 2. The presiding officer of a convocation. --Macaulay.

Meaning of Prolocutor from wikipedia

- A prolocutor is a chairman of some ecclesiastical ****emblies in Anglicanism. In the Church of England, the Prolocutor is chair of the lower house of the...
- officers, elected at each General Synod, are the Prolocutor and the Deputy Prolocutor. The Prolocutor acts as the chief deputy to the Primate, and the...
- 1377, the Speaker was referred to by terms such as the parlour and the prolocutor. Some of them presided, and Peter de Montfort and Peter de la Mare were...
- 1800 and the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1801. For the 'prolocutors' and speakers of the House of Commons of England, see List of Speakers...
- established by Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester. The parlour or prolocutor (Speaker) was Peter de Montfort under the direction of Simon de Montfort...
- elected Deputy Prolocutor of the General Synod and at the General Synod in St. Catharines in 2004 and 2007, Elliott was elected Prolocutor of the General...
- of the Governing Body. The prolocutor of the Governing Body is the station commander of Jalalabad Cantonment. The prolocutor is a brigadier general of...
- tolls". In 1624 he became vicar of St Dunstan-in-the-West, and 1625 a prolocutor to Charles I. He earned a re****tion as an eloquent preacher and 160 of...
- first person recorded as having presided over Parliament as a parlour or prolocutor, an office now known as Speaker of the House of Commons. He was one of...
- would later evolve into Parliament, the Lord Chancellor becoming the prolocutor of its upper house, the House of Lords. As was confirmed by a statute...
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