vicarage


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vic·ar·age

 (vĭk′ər-ĭj)
n.
1. The residence of a vicar.
2. The benefice of a vicar.
3. The duties or office of a vicar; a vicariate.

vicarage

(ˈvɪkərɪdʒ)
n
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) the residence or benefice of a vicar
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a rare word for vicariate1

vic•ar•age

(ˈvɪk ər ɪdʒ)

n.
1. the residence of a vicar.
2. the office, benefice, or duties of a vicar.
[1375–1425]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vicarage - an official residence provided by a church for its parson or vicar or rectorvicarage - 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 راعي الكَنيسَه
vikářství
præstegård
paplak
prestssetur
vikárstvo
papaz evi

vicarage

[ˈvɪkərɪdʒ] Ncasa f del párroco

vicarage

[ˈvɪkərɪdʒ] npresbytère m

vicarage

nPfarrhaus nt

vicarage

[ˈvɪkərɪdʒ] ncanonica (anglicana)

vicar

(ˈvikə) noun
a clergyman of the Church of England.
ˈvicarage (-ridʒ) noun
the house of a vicar.
References in classic literature ?
This person proved, on her presenting herself, for judgment, at a house in Harley Street, that impressed her as vast and imposing--this prospective patron proved a gentleman, a bachelor in the prime of life, such a figure as had never risen, save in a dream or an old novel, before a fluttered, anxious girl out of a Hampshire vicarage.
He had a comfortable home for her, and Emma imagined a very sufficient income; for though the vicarage of Highbury was not large, he was known to have some independent property; and she thought very highly of him as a goodhumoured, wellmeaning, respectable young man, without any deficiency of useful understanding or knowledge of the world.
Then they had passed a church and a vicarage and a little shop-window or so in a cottage with toys and sweets and odd things set our for sale.
And one of the first good actions he would perform in that future should be to increase Irwine's income for the vicarage of Hayslope, so that he might keep a carriage for his mother and sisters.
Some two or three years before Angel's appearance at the Marlott dance, on a day when he had left school and was pursuing his studies at home, a parcel came to the Vicarage from the local bookseller's, directed to the Reverend James Clare.
Two years before Philip had been sent down to stay at the vicarage after an attack of chicken-pox; but there remained with him a recollection of an attic and a large garden rather than of his uncle and aunt.
A quiet little vicarage, with an ivy-clad porch, an old-fashioned garden, and--'
Let us go down to the Vicarage and inquire about it.
My way back to the Vicarage was his way back to the inn.
I only stayed to put away my gun and powder-horn, and give some requisite directions to one of the farming-men, and then repaired to the vicarage, to solace my spirit and soothe my ruffled temper with the company and conversation of Eliza Millward.
The one ray of light that cheered the wintry darkness streamed from the unguarded window of a lonely house, separated from the vicarage by the whole length of the church-yard.
Square died soon after he writ the before-mentioned letter; and as to Thwackum, he continues at his vicarage.