Translation for 'cassock' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a cassock | cassocks
cassock {noun}
расо {ср}
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Translation for 'cassock' from English to Bulgarian

cassock {noun}
расо {ср}облеклорелиг.
Usage Examples English
  • In the Anglican church piping is not used universally, many clerics preferring a plain cassock of solid colour.
  • When it comes time for the service, the priest and deacon enter the temple, clothed in choir dress: podryasnik (inner cassock) and riassa (outer cassock).
  • The greca, or more properly the douillette, is a clerical double-breasted overcoat worn over the cassock. The greca is slightly longer than the cassock so as to entirely cover it.
  • Castillo Méndez wore the Church's gray cassock with red piping but after his designation as, Patriarch of ICAB, he began wearing an off-white cassock and zucchetto.
  • The clerical street-wear of a subdeacon is the inner-cassock (...) and outer cassock (...). Many wear the cassock only when present among the church community or attending to church business.

  • András Kun, a Roman Catholic priest who commanded an Arrow Cross death squad while dressed in his cassock, was also convicted and hanged after the war.
  • Usually, secular priests wear either a black cassock or an ordinary men's garb in black or another dark color along with a white clerical collar.
  • The cassock-alb or cassalb is a relatively modern garment and is a combination of the traditional cassock and alb.
  • For seminarians, deacons, and priests the cassock is exactly the same as their normal cassock: a black cassock with black buttons, girded with a black fascia.
  • The priests who act as the co celebrants in the Holy Qurbana or any other sacramental function wears a loose black cassock over his casual cassock symbolizing the purity of the sacramental function he is a part of.

  • Historically, clerics in the Church of England would wear a knee-length cassock called an apron, accompanied by a tailcoat with silk facings but no lapels, for a white tie occasion.
  • Servers often wear cassock and surplice, with black and red being the most common colors for a server's cassock.
  • In Eastern Christianity there are two types of cassock: the Inner Cassock and the Outer Cassock or Rason.
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