prelatical

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prelate (ˈprɛlɪt)
 
n
a Church dignitary of high rank, such as a cardinal, bishop, or abbot
 
[C13: from Old French prélat, from Church Latin praelātus, from Latin praeferre to hold in special esteem, prefer]
 
prelatic
 
adj
 
pre'latical
 
adj

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