Definition of prepositure
: the office or dignity of a provost of a priory or collegiate church : provostry
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Origin and Etymology of prepositure
Middle English prepositure, from Medieval Latin praepositura, from Late Latin, position of authority, from Latin praepositus director, chief, man in charge + -ura -ure
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