Definition of chorepiscopus
chorepiscopi\-ˌpī, -pē\ or
: a bishop who is appointed to assist a diocesan bishop with the administration of a rural district
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Origin and Etymology of chorepiscopus
Late Latin, from Late Greek chōrepiskopos, from Greek chōr- chor- + episkopos overseer, bishop
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