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rec·tor

 (rĕk′tər)
n. Abbr. R.
1. A cleric in charge of a parish in the Episcopal Church.
2. An Anglican parish priest in a parish where historically the priest was entitled to the tithes.
3. A Roman Catholic priest appointed to be managerial as well as spiritual head of a church or other institution, such as a seminary or university.
4. The principal of certain schools, colleges, and universities.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin rēctor, director, from rēctus past participle of regere, to rule; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]

rec′tor·ate (-ĭt) n.
rec·to′ri·al (rĕk-tôr′ē-əl) adj.
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rector

(ˈrɛktə)
n
1. (Anglicanism) Church of England a clergyman in charge of a parish in which, as its incumbent, he would formerly have been entitled to the whole of the tithes. Compare vicar
2. (Roman Catholic Church) RC Church a cleric in charge of a college, religious house, or congregation
3. (Protestantism) Episcopal Church Scottish Episcopal Church a clergyman in charge of a parish
4. (Education) chiefly Brit the head of certain schools or colleges
5. (in Scotland) a high-ranking official in a university: now a public figure elected for three years by the students
[C14: from Latin: director, ruler, from regere to rule]
ˈrectorate n
rectorial adj
ˈrectorship n
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rec•tor

(ˈrɛk tər)

n.
1. a member of the clergy in charge of a parish in the Episcopal Church.
2. a Roman Catholic ecclesiastic in charge of a college, religious house, or congregation.
3. a member of the Anglican clergy who has the charge of a parish with full possession of all its rights, tithes, etc.
4. the head of certain universities, colleges, or schools.
[1350–1400; Middle English rectour < Latin rēctor helmsman, leader =reg(ere) to rule + -tor -tor]
rec′tor•ate, rec′tor•ship`, n.
rec•to•ri•al (rɛkˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr-) adj.
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rector

- First was a ruler or governor, now it is generally a person conducting a religious service.
See also related terms for ruler.
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rector

A title for the head of some schools, colleges, or universities.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rector - a person authorized to conduct religious worshiprector - a person authorized to conduct religious worship; "clergymen are usually called ministers in Protestant churches"
clergyman, man of the cloth, reverend - a member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church
ministrant - someone who serves as a minister
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rector

noun priest, minister, vicar, preacher, pastor, chaplain, curate He was the rector of the church.
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Translations
رَئيس الجامِعَه او الكُليَّهقَسّقِسّيس بالكَنيسَة الإنْجليزيَّه
farářpastorředitelrektor
præstrektorsognepræst
pastori
vikar
rektor, skólastjórisóknarprestur
教区牧師
교구 목사
draudzes mācītājs
kyrkoherde
พระในคริสต์ศาสนา
cha sứ

rector

[ˈrektəʳ] N (Rel) → párroco m (Univ etc) → rector(a) m/f
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rector

[ˈrɛktər] n
(RELIGION)pasteur m
(in Scottish universities) personnalité élue par les étudiants pour les représenter
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rector

n
(Rel) → Pfarrer m (der Anglikanischen Kirche)
(Scot) (Sch) → Direktor(in) m(f); (Univ) → Rektor(in) m(f)
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rector

[ˈrɛktəʳ] n (Rel) → parroco (anglicano) (Univ) → rettore m; (in Scottish universities) personalità eletta dagli studenti per rappresentarli; (of school) → preside m/f
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rector

(ˈrektə) noun
1. in certain churches, a clergyman or priest in charge of a parish etc.
2. the head of a university, school or college.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

rector

قَسّ farář præst Pfarrer εφημέριος cura párroco pastori vicaire vikar vicario 教区牧師 교구 목사 predikant sogneprest pastor vigário викарий kyrkoherde พระในคริสต์ศาสนา papaz yardımcısı cha sứ 教区牧师
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