Sacrist



noun
1.
Also called sacrist
[sak-rist, sey-krist] /ˈsæk rɪst, ˈseɪ krɪst/ (Show IPA). an official in charge of the sacred vessels, vestments, etc., of a church or a religious house.
2.
a sexton.
noun
1.
a person who has charge of the contents of a church, esp the sacred vessels, vestments, etc
2.
a less common word for sexton (sense 1)

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