Reverend



adjective
1.
(initial capital letter) (used as a title of respect applied or prefixed to the name of a member of the clergy or a religious order):
Reverend Timothy Cranshaw; Reverend Mother.
2.
worthy to be revered; entitled to reverence.
3.
pertaining to or characteristic of the clergy.
noun
4.
Informal. a member of the clergy.
adjective
1.
worthy of reverence
2.
relating to or designating a clergyman or the clergy
noun
3.
(informal) a clergyman
adjective
1.
a title of respect for a clergyman Abbreviations Rev., Revd See also Very Reverend, Right Reverend, Most Reverend

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