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clergyperson, cleric, clerical, clerk, deacon, divine, ecclesiastic, minister, preacher, priest, reverend
layman, layperson, secular
1612, in the meaning defined at sense 1
Latin domine, vocative of dominus
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to deposit or conceal in a hiding place
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