noun, Church of England.
a lay officer in a cathedral who performs those parts of a service not reserved to the priests.
[kler-mawn-fe-rahn] /klɛr mɔ̃ fɛˈrɑ̃/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Puy-de-Dôme, in central France. [pwee-duh-dohm] /pwi dəˈdoʊm/ noun 1. a mountain in central France. 4805 feet (1465 meters). 2. a department in central France. 3095 sq. mi. (8015 sq. km). Capital: Clermont-Ferrand. /French klɛrmɔ̃fɛrɑ̃/ noun 1. a city in S central France: […]
[kleer-uh-den-druh m, kler-] /ˌklɪər əˈdɛn drəm, ˌklɛr-/ noun 1. any of numerous tropical trees or shrubs of the genus Clerodendrum, having clusters of variously colored flowers.
[kleer-uh-man-see, kler-] /ˈklɪər əˌmæn si, ˈklɛr-/ noun 1. the casting of lots as a means of divination. n. “divination by dice,” c.1600, from French cléromancie, from Latinized form of Greek kleros “lot” (see clerk (n.)) + manteia “oracle, divination” (see -mancy).
/ˈklɛəˌrʊkɪ/ noun (pl) -chies 1. (in the ancient world) a special type of Athenian colony, in which settlers (cleruchs) retained their Athenian citizenship and the community remained a political dependency of Athens