From Badarwar to the summit of the padri pass, and throughout the descent, clay-slate had been the prevailing rock.
Be gentle with them, padri—but I don't think you'll do much.'
They took the more humble title of brothers and sisters of mankind—frati and suori—instead of that of fathers, padri.
Truly excellent life helped out by the visits of the padri, just fresh from burying somebody down below there.'
Mr. Mitra and his family consequently removed to another house of padri Ahmad Shah about 200 yards distant therefrom.
In the church and monastery of the padri Benedettini, there is preserved a noble collection of them.
"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'']