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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} rahip
{i} papaz
parson's nose
tavuğun gerisi (pişmiş)
plural of parson
papaz çoğul
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A Protestant minister
An Anglican cleric having full legal control of a parish under ecclesiastical law; a rector
{n} a clergyman, priest, minister
Any clergyman having ecclesiastical preferment; one who is in orders, or is licensed to preach; a preacher
From the Latin word persona, meaning "person " From the eleventh century English, where there term was a legal one, applying to the parish priest, because in all matters he was the designated "person" to deal with Today, the term is not used as often as it was, and often evokes rural connotations
A member of the Clergy e g priest or vicar
A parson is a priest in the Church of England with responsibility for a small local area, or can be used to refer to any clergyman in some other churches. a Christian priest or minister (persone; PERSON)
a person authorized to conduct religious worship
{i} clergyman, priest, minister
now rare in Episcopal usage Any priest or minister; often a reference to low-church or non-Episcopal clergy Sometimes a term of affection for an older clergyman especially of rural background
A person who represents a parish in its ecclesiastical and corporate capacities; hence, the rector or incumbent of a parochial church, who has full possession of all the rights thereof, with the cure of souls
parson's nose
The tail of a cooked fowl
Parson's Cause
Dispute involving English clergy in colonial Virginia over payment of salaries. When the British vetoed colonial laws that substituted currency for tobacco as payment for clerical salaries (1759), the clergy sued for back pay. In the most publicized case (1763), Patrick Henry defended a colonial parish against a suit by a clergyman, citing interference by the British and convincing a jury to return only one penny in damages. The clergy soon gave up their protest
parson's nose
the tail of a dressed fowl
parson's nose
the piece of flesh at the tail end of a bird, usually a chicken, that has been cooked American Equivalent: pope's nose
British astronomer known for his improvements to telescope construction. Burkitt Denis Parsons Parsons Elsie Clews Parsons Sir Charles Algernon Parsons Talcott Rosse William Parsons 3rd earl of
a common surname in the United States and the United Kingdom
United States sociologist (1902-1979)
plural of parson