And when they came to the suffragan Sir Tristram told him their desire.
Its first prelate was suffragan to the metropolitan see of Méjico.
Gougaud (p. 358) infers from this passage that Limerick was at that time a suffragan see of Canterbury.
Kensington is a suffragan bishopric in the diocese of London.
Guildford is a suffragan bishopric in the diocese of Winchester.
Eight formulas used by suffragan bishops from 1059 to 1200 are inserted in it.
Santa Maria del Campo is the name of the suffragan church dedicated to the Virgin.
Beverley is the seat of a suffragan bishop in the diocese of York.
The church itself was erected to a suffragan of Santiago in 1441.
He was represented in the camp by his suffragan, the bishop of the Orkneys.
late 14c., "bishop who assists another bishop," from Anglo-French and Old French suffragan (13c.), from Medieval Latin suffraganeus "assisting, supporting," from Latin suffragium "support" (see suffrage).