patrico

patrico

(ˈpætrɪkəʊ)
n, pl -cos
(Ecclesiastical Terms) archaic a fraudulent priest
References in classic literature ?
A gang of beggars have their Patrico, and the banditti of the Apennines have among them persons acting as monks and priests, by whom they are confessed, and who perform mass before them.
Designer of the Year: Matt Stelicki, Meredith Agrimedia, Writer of the Year: Joe Link, The Furrowmagaim, published by John Deere, Photographer of the Year: Jim Patrico, DTN/The Progressive Farmer.
Joe Patrico has joined Citizens Bank of Batesville as a vice president and commercial loan officer in the Hot Springs market.
Le Prix du public est partage par les documentaires [beaucoup moins que] Le bouton de Nacre [beaucoup plus grand que] du Chilien Patrico Guzman et [beaucoup moins que] L'homme qui repare les femmes [beaucoup plus grand que] du Belge Thiery Michel.
Cars eligible for the Ridler Award are judged on creativity, degree of difficulty and quality, and JF's car fits all these criteria," said Butch Patrico, president of the Michigan Hot Rod Association.
Patrico continues, "I do not charge / You with the least offence in this" (5.
He is married to Adorable Patrico from the Philipines and they have four children.
He was a bit shocked at first, but he has taken it all with a dose of humour, " said team doctor Patrico Delgado.
Alanis compartio espacios y labores con Patrico Ballados en el Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE), donde ella fue secretaria ejecutiva y el su coordinador de asesores, antes de fungir como coordinador de la Unidad Tecnica del Voto de los Mexicanos Residentes en el Extranjero en la eleccion de 2006.
27) The Patrico adopts the language of trade to discuss the 'mystery' of the gypsy identity, emphasizing that to be a gypsy is a matter of craft and artifice, or rather a matter of having the right materials at hand (1081):