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parson

noun par·son \ˈpär-sən\

: a minister who is in charge of a parish

: a member of the clergy and especially a Protestant pastor

Full Definition of PARSON

1
:  rector
2
:  clergyman; especially :  a Protestant pastor

Origin of PARSON

Middle English persone, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin persona, literally, person, from Latin
First Known Use: 13th century

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