subrectory

rectory

[rek-tuh-ree]
noun, plural rectories.
1.
a rector's house; parsonage.
2.
British. a benefice held by a rector.

Origin:
1530–40; < Medieval Latin rēctōria, equivalent to Latin rēctōr- (stem of rēctor) rector + -ia -y3

subrectory, noun, plural subrectories.
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rectory (ˈrɛktərɪ)
 
n , pl -ries
1.  the official house of a rector
2.  Church of England the office and benefice of a rector

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