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

parish priests Pfarrer {pl} [listen]

priest [listen] Priester {m}

priests Priester {pl}

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

celebrants; officiating priests; officiants Zelebranten {pl}

officiant at a wedding Trauungspriester

worker priest Arbeiterpriester {m}

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

assistant priest Hilfspriester {m}

assistant priests Hilfspriester {pl}

pontiff; high priest Hohepriester {m}

pontiffs; high priests Hohepriester {pl}

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

religious priests; priest-religiouses Ordenspriester {pl}

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

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

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

priests Popen {pl}

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

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

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

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

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

funeral addresses; funeral sermons; eulogies Grabreden {pl}

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

the blessings of the earth die Segnungen der Erde

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

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

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

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

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

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

to ordain sb. jdn. ordinieren {vt}

ordaining ordinierend

ordained ordiniert

ordains ordiniert

ordained ordinierte

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

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

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