It’s about time. We are now on Instagram!
"priest, chaplain," 1580s, from Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese padre, from Latin patrem (nominative pater) "father" (see father (n.)). The title of the regular clergy in those languages. Papar was the name the Norse gave to Irish monks whom they found in Iceland when they arrived.
Any military chaplain
[1898+; fr Spanish or Portuguese, ''father, priest'']