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The meaning of Abbot

Abbot – definition

noun

A man who is the head of an abbey of monks.

Usage examples:

Friaries were occupied by friars, abbeys were headed by abbots, priories by priors.
noun

A man who is in charge of a monastery

Abbot translation into English

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方丈, 男修道院长

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Abt, Kloosteroverste, Abbe

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Abbé, Abbesse

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Abt, Vorsteher

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मठाधीश, महंत, (ईसाई) मठाधीश, मठगुरु, मठाधिप

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Abate

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대 수도 원장, 대수도원장

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Аббат, Настоятель монастыря

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Abad, Abate, Superior de un monasterio, Prior de monasterio

Word origin

Old English abbod, from ecclesiastical Latin abbas, abbat-, from Greek abbas ‘father’, from Aramaic 'abbā (see Abba1).

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