parsonage


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par·son·age

 (pär′sə-nĭj)
n.
The official residence usually provided by a church for its parson; a rectory.

parsonage

(ˈpɑːsənɪdʒ)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the residence of a parson who is not a rector or vicar, as provided by the parish

par•son•age

(ˈpɑr sə nɪdʒ)

n.
the residence provided by a parish for its pastor.
[1250–1300; Middle English personage < Anglo-French; compare Medieval Latin persōnāticum benefice. See parson, -age]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.parsonage - an official residence provided by a church for its parson or vicar or rectorparsonage - an official residence provided by a church for its parson or vicar or rector
glebe house - a parsonage (especially one provided for the holder of a benefice)
residence - the official house or establishment of an important person (as a sovereign or president); "he refused to live in the governor's residence"
Translations
بَيْت القِسّيس
fara
præstegård
parókia
prestssetur
fara
papaz/rahip evi

parsonage

[ˈpɑːsnɪdʒ] Ncasa f del párroco, parroquia f

parsonage

[ˈpɑːrsənɪdʒ] npresbytère m

parsonage

nPfarrhaus nt

parsonage

[ˈpɑːsnɪdʒ] ncanonica, casa parrocchiale

parson

(ˈpaːsn) noun
1. the priest, minister etc of a parish, usually of the Church of England.
2. any priest, minister etc.
ˈparsonage (-nidʒ) noun
the house in which the parson of a parish lives.
References in classic literature ?
Indeed," replied Elinor, "I believe that you will find him, on farther acquaintance, all that you have heard him to be, and as you will be such very near neighbours (for I understand the parsonage is almost close to the mansion-house,) it is particularly important that he SHOULD be all this.
Edward made no answer; but when she had turned away her head, gave her a look so serious, so earnest, so uncheerful, as seemed to say, that he might hereafter wish the distance between the parsonage and the mansion-house much greater.
Now, there was nothing so charming to her imagination as the unpretending comfort of a well-connected parsonage, something like Fullerton, but better: Fullerton had its faults, but Woodston probably had none.
At the further end of the village, and tolerably disengaged from the rest of it, stood the parsonage, a new-built substantial stone house, with its semicircular sweep and green gates; and, as they drove up to the door, Henry, with the friends of his solitude, a large Newfoundland puppy and two or three terriers, was ready to receive and make much of them.
Norris, on quitting the Parsonage, removed first to the Park, and afterwards to a small house of Sir Thomas's in the village, and consoled herself for the loss of her husband by considering that she could do very well without him; and for her reduction of income by the evident necessity of stricter economy.
The spare rooms at the Parsonage had never been wanted, but the absolute necessity of a spare room for a friend was now never forgotten.
They sleep at the parsonage, but divide their attentions so equally among its inmates, and Oliver and Mr.
The evening that Fred Vincy walked to Lowick parsonage (he had begun to see that this was a world in which even a spirited young man must sometimes walk for want of a horse to carry him) he set out at five o'clock and called on Mrs.
When, seating himself on a garden-stool, he said that he was on his way to Lowick Parsonage, Ben, who had thrown down his bow, and snatched up a reluctant half-grown kitten instead, strode across Fred's outstretched leg, and said "Take me
They took the path indicated by the sexton, and soon arrived before the parsonage wall.
She had even condescended to advise him to marry as soon as he could, provided he chose with discretion; and had once paid him a visit in his humble parsonage, where she had perfectly approved all the alterations he had been making, and had even vouchsafed to suggest some herself-- some shelves in the closet upstairs.
Yes; and when they go, I shall return to the parsonage at Morton: Hannah will accompany me; and this old house will be shut up.