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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} din adamı
Hürmete layık, saygıdeğer, sayın, muhterem papaz veya vaizlerin lakabı olarak kullanılır
{s} aziz
{s} muhterem

İnsanlar tavsiyesi için Muhterem Dan Anderson'u aradı. - People called Reverend Dan Anderson for his advice.

{i} peder
muhterem peder
most reverend
en saygıdeğer
the Most Reverend
Hrist. Pek Muhterem (başpiskoposun isminden önce kullanılan unvan): the Most Reverend Michael Ramsey Pek Muhterem Michael Ramsey
the Right Reverend
Hrist. Çok Muhterem (piskoposun isminden önce kullanılan unvan): the Right Reverend J. B. Lightfoot Çok Muhterem J. B. Lightfoot
the Very Reverend
Hrist. Muhterem (katedral dekanının isminden önce kullanılan unvan): the Very Reverend Jonathan Swift Muhterem Jonathan Swift
the reverend
Hrist. Sayın (papazın isminden önce kullanılan unvan): the Reverend John Donne Sayın John Donne. i., k.dili. papaz efendi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An honorary title added to the names of Christian clergy
a member of the Christian clergy
worthy of reverence or respect
{a} deserving or entitled to reverence
{n} a clergy man, minister, divine
Reverend is a title used before the name or rank of an officially appointed religious leader. The abbreviation Rev or Revd is also used. The service was led by the Reverend Jim Simons. a title of respect used before the name of a minister in the Christian church. a minister of a Christian church (reverendus , from revereri; REVERE)
The Reverend is an appropriate title to precede the full name of a priest or deacon The Right Reverend is used for a bishop
An archbishop is the Most Reverend [Father in God]; a bishop, the Right Reverend; a dean, the Very Reverend; an archdeacon, the Venerable; all the rest of the clergy, the Reverend
{s} worthy of respect, venerable, honorable
a title of respect for a clergyman
{i} priest, minister, member of the clergy
a member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church
Deserving honour or respect
Worthy of reverence; entitled to respect mingled with fear and affection; venerable
worthy of adoration or reverence
Reverend Mother
a title of respect for the woman in charge of a convent = Mother Superior
plural of reverend
the Reverend Ian Paisley
a Northern Irish protestant political leader who speaks very strongly in favour of Northern Ireland remaining part of the United Kingdom (1926- )
the Reverend Jesse Jackson
a US politician in the Democratic Party, who is also a minister in the Baptist Church and one of the leading black politicians in the US. He was active in the civil rights movement during the 1960s, and is a very effective public speaker who has always supported black people and other groups who have been unfairly treated in the past (1941- )
very reverend
a title of respect for various ecclesiastical officials (as cathedral deans and canons and others)



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    /ˈrevrənd/ /ˈrɛvrənd/

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    [ 'rev-r&nd, 're-v&-; 'r ] (adjective.) 15th century. From Latin future passive participle reverendus, from deponent verb revereri, honor or revere.

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