listen to the pronunciation of priest
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} rahip

Ondan vazgeçtim. İrlandalı rahip ve Kongolu cadı doktorun ortak neyi var? - I give up. What do an Irish priest and Congolese witch doctor have in common?

Rahip insanların maneviyatını geliştirmek için çalıştı. - The priest tried to improve the people's morals.

{i} papaz

Papaz çocukları kutsadı. - The priest blessed the children.

Erkek kardeşim papaz oldu. - My brother has become a priest.

parish priest mahalle papazı
{i} keşiş
papaza benzerlik
{s} papaz gibi
{s} papaza ait

Maya rahipleri astronomi hakkında çok şey öğrendiler. - Maya priests learned much about astronomy.

Rahiplerin eşleri yoktur. - Priests don't have wives.

high priest
voodoo priest
büyücü doktor
papaza yakışır
another name for a priest
bir rahip için başka bir isim
high priest
to priest
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Englisch - Englisch
A blunt tool, used for quickly stunning and killing fish
A religious clergyman who is trained to perform services or sacrifices at a church or temple

The israelite priests of Yahweh’s temple were descended from Moses' brother Aaron.

The highest office in the Aaronic priesthood, consisting held by priesthood holders of at least the age of 16
from Latin "presybter," elder The second step in the threefold priestly order (Deacon, Priest, Bishop) The Priest celebrates or leads services
{n} a person who officiates at the altar
A full-time, trained religious specialist who can interpret the supernatural and petition the supernatural on behalf of humans
One who officiates at the altar, or performs the rites of sacrifice; one who acts as a mediator between men and the divinity or the gods in any form of religion; as, Buddhist priests
an ordained member of the clergy empowered to celebrate the Eucharist and to pronounce the absolution of sins (second in line of ordained seniority: bishop, priest, deacon)
A presbyter elder; a minister One who is authorized to consecrate the host and to say Mass; but especially, one of the lowest order possessing this power
One of the four orders of ministry in the Episcopal Church, the priest is ordained to "represent Christ and his Church, particularly as a pastor to the people; to share with the bishop in the overseeing of the Church; to proclaim the gospel; to administer the sacraments; and to bless and declare pardon in the name of God " Because of their office, most priests are rectors of parishes
A special term for an ordained minister of a Roman Catholic or Episcopal or Orthodox church; In Roman circles, the term refers to those who recite the Mass, but the Episcopal Church traces the word's origin to a Celtic corruption of the official term for Clergy - Presbyters The duty of a priest, according to the prayer book, is to baptize, preach the Word of God, and to celebrate the Eucharist, and to pronounce Absolution and Blessing in God's Name
A clergyperson who may celebrate the Eucharist, give blessings and forgive sins
Any class capable of casting divine spells These are the pure Cleric, Druid, Paladin and Ranger Spells available to clerics only or druids only state so
a spiritual leader in a non-Christian religion
in the Anthropology of Religion, "a religious practitioner who receives his authority from a religious organization" (in contrast to a prophet) (Van Rheenen 1996a, 150)
a minister of the church empowered to administer the sacraments, most particularly that of the Eucharist or Holy Communion, as well as those of confession and extreme unction
a clergyman in Christian churches who has the authority to perform or administer various religious rites; one of the Holy Orders
an ordained minister of the Church who can provide the sacraments to the faithful
A person ordained and charged with the celebration of the Holy Mysteries and the Blessing and Forgiving of people, under the authority of the Bishop
A priest is a member of the Christian clergy in the Catholic, Anglican, or Orthodox church. He had trained to be a Catholic priest
The Heb kohen, Gr hierus, Lat sacerdos, always denote one who offers sacrifices
a special term for the minister of a Roman Catholic or Episcopal or Orthodox church; originally the term mean someone who performed a sacrifice; later the term referred to those who said Mass; now often synonymous with minister although the older terminology is still familiar in some churches
a clergyman in Christian churches who has the authority to perform or administer various religious rites; one of the Holy Orders a spiritual leader in a non-Christian religion
{i} clergyman, minister; one who performs religious rites
This word comes from a Greek word, presbyter, meaning elder Usually a priest is the chief minister in a local congregation Priests are addressed as Father, Mister, Ms, Miss or Mrs , depending upon their preference and local custom
He is authorized to perform all ministerial services except those of ordination and confirmation
A person who has special power (through his ordination) to act as a mediator between God and man This allows him to preside over a Catholic mass
A blunt tool, used for stunning and killing fish
In many non-Christian religions a priest is a man who has particular duties and responsibilities in a place where people worship. see also high priest
an ordained person who loves and serves the people they work with They also care for the young and old, strong and weak, and rich and poor They preach, declare God’s forgiveness to penitent sinners, pronounce God’s blessing, share in the administration of Holy Baptism and celebration of the mysteries of Christ’s Body and Blood, and perform other entrusted ministrations
A presbyter; one who belongs to the intermediate order between bishop and deacon
To ordain as priest
a minister ordained to represent the priestly (i e sacrificial) ministry of Christ He/she preaches, presides at the Eucharist and other sacraments, and exercises pastoral care
the Holy Father
priest's hood
type of plant
priest-penitent privilege
the right of a clergyman to refuse to divulge confidential information received from a person during confession or similar exchanges
ruled by or oppressed by a priest
Judas Priest
A less vulgar term in place of the idiom Jesus Christ! commonly used in anger or surprise
a dumb priest never got a parish
Those who fail to speak up fail to get what they want
high priest
In the history of the Hebrew Testament (Tanakh), the male person who was responsible for making the annual sacrifice on the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). Always a descendant of Aaron the older brother of Moses
high priest
The second-lowest office in the Melchizedek priesthood

Jake was ordained a high priest when he was called to be a counselor in a bishopric.

high priest
A clergyman with a higher function than a normal priest
high priest
Jesus Christ
{n} the appearance of a priests
{a} becoming or like a priest, sacordotal
hedge priest
{i} poor priest who is unable to read or write
high priest
The "top guy" in a coven High Priests are also often registered ministers, thus can perform legitimate marriage ceremonies, funerals, and the like However, if you have plans for a marriage/funeral, you might want to check if your local HP is registered before hiring him
high priest
the male Coven Leader (an office); any Second or Third Degree male Witch (a rank)
high priest
a preeminent authority or major proponent of a movement or doctrine; "he's the high priest of contemporary jazz"
high priest
A man who led the worship in the sacred tent or in the temple and who offered sacrifices Some of the more important priests were called "chief priests," and the most important priest was called the "high priest " When Jesus was arrested, he was taken to Caiaphas, the high priest, to await his trial List of Terms
high priest
A chief priest; esp
high priest
(hye preest) The highest office of the priesthood in Israel It was the high priest's duty to represent Israel on the Day of Atonement and to interpret the Urim and Thummim Only one high priest held office at a time In New Testament times, the Roman governor appointed the high priest who served as head of the Sanhedrin Today, Jesus is our high priest Leviticus 16: 32 Matthew 26: 57 Hebrews 7: 23-28 Return
high priest
highest ranking official within a temple; known by such titles as the First Prophet of Amun in Thebes, or the Greatest of the Seers of Re in Heliopolis
high priest
If you call a man the high priest of a particular thing, you are saying in a slightly mocking way that he is considered by people to be expert in that thing. the high priest of cheap periodical fiction
high priest
the head of the Jewish priesthood
high priest
a preeminent authority or major proponent of a movement or doctrine; "he's the high priest of contemporary jazz
high priest
a senior clergyman and dignitary
high priest
chief priest belonging to the ancient Levitical priesthood (Judaism); priest belonging to the Melchizedek priesthood (Mormonism); leader of a movement or doctrine
high priest
The chief religious official in Israel; he offered the most important sacrifices to God on behalf of the people
high priest
A male witch within a coven who has been initiated into the 3rd degree Abbreviated in written rituals as HP
The state or quality of being like a priest
{i} characteristic of a priest, characteristic of a minister; characteristic of a person who leads religious rites
The quality or state of being priestly
befitting or characteristic of a priest or the priesthood; "priestly dedication to the people of his parish"
befitting or characteristic of a priest or the priesthood; "priestly dedication to the people of his parish" associated with the priesthood or priests; "priestly (or sacerdotal) vestments"; "hieratic gestures
of or relating to priests; order of the priests; high religious position
Priestly is used to describe things that belong or relate to a priest. Priestly robes hang on the walls. his priestly duties. like a priest, or relating to a priest
associated with the priesthood or priests; "priestly (or sacerdotal) vestments"; "hieratic gestures
associated with the priesthood or priests; "priestly (or sacerdotal) vestments"; "hieratic gestures"
Of or pertaining to a priest or the priesthood; sacerdotal; befitting or becoming a priest; as, the priestly office; a priestly farewell
{s} pertaining to a priest, ministerial; pertaining to the clergy
RULERS AND TEMPLE OFFICIATORS Descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses All priests were descendants of Levi but not all Levites were priests since Aaron was born much later than Levi Much influence and corruption existed in the priestly ranks in the days of Jesus as offices and positions could be influenced or bought and favors purchased
John Vianney
plural of priest
Men and women of holy devotion They're quite similiar to mages, but they have a different selection of spells and they tend to be a little better at fighting Priests use wisdom for their prayers Priests can't, due to their God, wield edged weapons, but bashing skulls with a big lump of metal is okay
Officials, employed at the temple to look after the daily needs of the cult statue Priests were not necessarily religious, some inherited the post from their father, in certain circumstances, priestly offices could even be purchased There were groups of priests who had specialist knowledge, others who taught writing and copied out texts, and others who attended to the economic organisation of the temple Particular ranks of officials also wore special garments, such as the distinctive leopard skin worn by the "sem" priests