parochially

parochial

[puh-roh-kee-uhl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to a parish or parishes.
2.
of or pertaining to parochial schools or the education they provide.
3.
very limited or narrow in scope or outlook; provincial: parochial views; a parochial mentality.

Origin:
1350–1400; late Middle English parochialle < Late Latin parochiālis (see parish, -al1); replacing Middle English parochiele < Anglo-French parochiel < Late Latin as above

parochially, adverb
parochialness, noun
interparochial, adjective
interparochially, adverb
interparochialness, noun
nonparochial, adjective
nonparochially, adverb
semiparochial, adjective
unparochial, adjective
unparochially, adverb
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parochial (pəˈrəʊkɪəl)
 
adj
1.  narrow in outlook or scope; provincial
2.  of or relating to a parish or parishes
 
[C14: via Old French from Church Latin parochiālis; see parish]
 
pa'rochialism
 
n
 
parochi'ality
 
n
 
pa'rochially
 
adv

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parochial
late 14c., from Anglo-Fr. parochiel (late 13c.), from O.Fr. parochial, from L.L. parochialis "of a parish" (c.600), from parochia (see parish). Parochial school is attested from 1755.
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