Suffragant

Suf´fra`gant


a. & n.1.Suffragan.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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En ce qui concerne les divisions au sein de l'episcopat, notons qu'en Ontario, seul l'eveque Joseph-Thomas Duhamel, un suffragant de l'archeveque Taschereau, s'oppose a la Chevalerie.
In 1909 the young Karl Barth completed his theological studies at Bern, and he became pasteur suffragant under Adolf Keller in Geneva, in the very church in which John Calvin had held forth.