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Pfarrer {m} (katholisch; evangelisch) [relig.] [listen] parish priest

Pfarrer {pl} [listen] parish priests

Priester {m} [relig.] priest [listen]

Priester {pl} priests

Priesterloch {n} (Versteck für katholische Priester) [arch.] [hist.] priest hole (secret spot for hiding Catholic priests) [Am.]

Zelebrant {m} [relig.] celebrant; officiating priest; officiant

Zelebranten {pl} celebrants; officiating priests; officiants

Trauungspriester officiant at a wedding

Hilfspriester {m} assistant priest

Hilfspriester {pl} assistant priests

Hohepriester {m} pontiff; high priest

Hohepriester {pl} pontiffs; high priests

Ordenspriester {m} [relig.] religious priest; priest-religious

Ordenspriester {pl} religious priests; priest-religiouses

Pfarrhof {m}; Pfarrhaus {n}; Pfarreihaus {n} [BW] [Schw.]; Pfarrei {f} [relig.] parish house; clergy house; priest's house; presbytery; chapel house [Sc.]; parochial house [Ir.] (Catholic Church); vicarage; rectory; parsonage [dated] (Protestant Churches)

Pfarrhöfe {pl}; Pfarrhäuser {pl}; Pfarreihäuser {pl}; Pfarreien {pl} parish houses; clergy houses; priest's houses; presbyteries; chapel houses; parochial houses; vicarages; rectories; parsonages

Pope {m} [relig.] (Orthodox) priest [listen]

Popen {pl} priests

Weltpriester {m}; Diözesanpriester {m} [relig.] secular priest; diocesan priest

Weltpriester {pl}; Diözesanpriester {pl} secular priests; diocesan priests

Arbeiterpriester {m} worker priest

die Gemeinde; das Volk (bei einem Gottesdienst) [relig.] the congregation (the people assembled in a church service, not including the priest and choir)

jdn. zum Priester weihen {vt} to ordain sb. as a priest

Laokoon (trojanischer Priester der röm. u. griech. Mythologie) Laocoön (Trojan priest in Greek and Roman mythology)

Grabrede {f} funeral address; funeral sermon (by a priest); eulogy

Grabreden {pl} funeral addresses; funeral sermons; eulogies

Segen {m}; Segnung {f} [relig.] [übtr.] [listen] blessing [listen]

die Segnungen der Erde the blessings of the earth

Der Priester sprach den Segen. The priest gave the blessing.

Der Bischof nahm die Segnung der Fischerboote vor. The bishop performed the blessing of the fishing boats.

An Gottes Segen ist alles gelegen. [sprw.] God's blessing gained, all is obtained. [prov.]

Vertreter {m}; Vertretung {f} (für einen Berufskollegen in den freien Berufen) [listen] [listen] locum [Br.]; locum tenens [Am.]

Vertretungsarzt {m}; ärztlicher Vertreter {m}; ärztliche Vertretung {f}; Honorararzt {m} locum physician [Br.]; locum doctor [Br.]; locum tenens physician [Am.]; locum tenens doctor [Am.]

Vertretungspriester {m}; geistlicher Vertreter {m} locum priest [Br.]; locum tenens priest [Am.]

jdn. ordinieren {vt} to ordain sb.

ordinierend ordaining

ordiniert ordained

ordiniert ordains

ordinierte ordained

einem Geistlichen/Priester die Weihen erteilen to ordain a minister/priest

etw. feierlich rezitieren; etw. feierlich sprechen; etw. in feierlichem Ton sprechen; etw. mit feierlicher/monotoner Stimme sprechen {vt} to intone sth. (recite in prolonged tones or in a monotone)

Der Priester sprach feierlich den Segen. The priest intoned the blessing.
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