prebendary


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preb·en·dar·y

 (prĕb′ən-dĕr′ē)
n. pl. preb·en·dar·ies
1. A member of the Anglican clergy who receives a prebend.
2. An Anglican cleric holding the honorary title of prebend without a stipend.

prebendary

(ˈprɛbəndərɪ; -drɪ)
n, pl -daries
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a canon or member of the chapter of a cathedral or collegiate church who holds a prebend
2. (Anglicanism) Church of England an honorary canon with the title of prebendary

preb•en•dar•y

(ˈprɛb ənˌdɛr i)

n., pl. -dar•ies.
1. a canon or cleric entitled to a prebend.
2. an honorary canon in the Church of England having the title of a prebend but not receiving a stipend.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.prebendary - a canon who receives a prebend for serving the church
canon - a priest who is a member of a cathedral chapter
Translations

prebendary

[ˈprebəndərɪ] Nprebendado m

prebendary

nPfründner m, → Pfründeninhaber m, → Präbendar(ius) m
References in classic literature ?
There are about thirty cases on record, of which the most famous, that of the Countess Cornelia de Baudi Cesenate, was minutely investigated and described by Giuseppe Bianchini, a prebendary of Verona, otherwise distinguished in letters, who published an account of it at Verona in 1731, which he afterwards republished at Rome.
In that case, Antonio, thou mayest as well do us the pleasure of singing a little, that the gentleman, our guest, may see that even in the mountains and woods there are musicians: we have told him of thy accomplishments, and we want thee to show them and prove that we say true; so, as thou livest, pray sit down and sing that ballad about thy love that thy uncle the prebendary made thee, and that was so much liked in the town.
Apart from Milner's main ecclesiastical historical contribution to the Reformation debate, The History Civil and Ecclesiastical & Survey of the Antiquities of Winchester (Winchester, 1809), sometime between 1830 and 1847 Mullock also obtained a copy of his Letters to a Prebendary, Being an Answer to Refections on Popery, by the Rev.
This Pasfield is Zachariah Pasfield, and he was not a stationer but a Prebendary of St Paul's.
43) John Veron, a French preacher appointed prebendary of St.
7) Herbert undertook the rebuilding of the church of Leighton Bromswold, where he was installed as prebendary, and as priest he also oversaw the renovation of the two churches within his living of Fugglestone-with-Bemerton, the parish church of Fugglestone St.
He was vicar of Cassington 1593-1607, rector of Westwell 1599-1615, and prebendary of Worcester 1611 until his death on 1 January 1614/15.
BRING the Bible to life by joining Lightline Pilgrimages' nine-night 'In the Footsteps of Jesus' trip to Israel departing May 4, which will be led by e Rev Prebendary Alastair Wheeler.
A Biblical pilgrimage BRING the Bible to life by joining Lightline Pilgrimages' nine-night 'In the Footsteps of Jesus' trip to Israel departing May 4, which will be led by e Rev Prebendary Alastair Wheeler.
The new Archdeacon of Wrexham will be the Revd Prebendary Bob Griffiths who will begin work on New Year's Day.
The Archbishop was supported by the Dean of The Chapel Royal, The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Richard Chartres, and the Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal, the Reverend Prebendary William Scott.