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protopresbyter

[ proh-toh-prez-bi-ter, -pres- ]

noun

, Eastern Church.
  1. a title given to distinguished priests.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of protopresbyter1

From the Medieval Greek word prōtopresbýteros, dating back to 1880–85. See proto-, presbyter

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