vicar–general

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noun vic·ar–gen·er·al \ˈvi-kər-ˈjen-rəl, -ˈje-nə-\

Definition of vicar–general

plural

vicars–general

  1. :  an administrative deputy of a Roman Catholic or Anglican bishop or of the head of a religious order

15th Century

First Known Use of vicar–general

15th century


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