|ecclesiastic, ecclesiastical||eccl.; eccles.|
|act of buying or selling ecclesiastical services (Catholicism), trading in sacred things||simony|
|act of voting, right to vote, right to vote; vote cast in favor of a specific candidate; short prayer or petition (Ecclesiastical)||suffrage|
|administrative division of nation, area of knowledge, category for ranking vegetation, district, division; region, area; colony, ecclesiastical territory, nonmetropolitan parts of nation, region of Roman Empire||province|
|ancient Roman military squadron containing 60 or 120 men; piece of cloth worn as part of the ecclesiastical vestments of a priest, former ecclesiastical adornment, part of Roman legion||maniple|
|assembly or council, church council, ecclesiastical council; stellar conjunction (Astronomy)||synod|
|ban, excommunication; despised person or thing, ecclesiastical curse, general curse, object of loathing, somebody or something formally denounced||anathema|
|cantus firmus, medieval ecclesiastical chant, melodic theme or subject; main voice or melody||cantus|
|capitular, member of a church council; civil or ecclesiastical decree; collection of civil or ecclesiastical decrees, member of ecclesiastical chapter, of or pertaining to an ecclesiastical chapter||capitulary|
|clothed, guaranteed by law; permanently endowed, inalienable; clothed or robed (especially in ecclesiastical vestments), having rights to something, including a vest||vested|
|coronation robe, ecclesiastical robe or other outer clerical garment, vestment worn by priest||dalmatic|
|densely clustered, of an ecclesiastical chapter, of a church council, rounded||capitular|
|dismiss priest, remove (a monk, etc.) from ecclesiastical status, unfrock||defrock|
|domestic and internal, forming large city, head of Russian Orthodox Church, high-ranking church official, metropolis inhabitant, of or pertaining to a metropolis, characteristic of a metropolis; sophisticated, relating to ecclesiastical metropolis, res...||metropolitan|
|ecclesiastical control by prelates, prelacy||prelatism|
|ecclesiastical garment, loose-fitting white garment worn over a cassock by certain members of the clergy||surplice|
|ecclesiastical tribunal in Spain||Spanish Inquisition|
|male first name (Latin); Lucius I (died 254 A.D.), ecclesiastic and pope (253-254 A.D.); Lucius II (died 1145), ecclesiastic and pope (1144-45); Lucius III (died 1185), ecclesiastic and pope (1181-85)||Lucius|
|part of ecclesiastical vestments, veil||humeral veil|
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