Translation for 'parson' from English to Russian
NOUN   a parson | parsons
SYNO curate | minister | minister of religion | ...
священник {м} [особ. протестантский]
parson [dated] [hum.]
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Translation for 'parson' from English to Russian

parson [dated] [hum.]
священник {м} [особ. протестантский]занятиерелиг.
Usage Examples English
  • Schütz married Adelheid (1924–2006), daughter of a parson in 1952.
  • A ruthless preacher, Parson Josiah Galt, leads a band of Southern marauders during the Civil War that includes his sons, David, Adam and Jacob.
  • The name was used by Laurence Sterne in his comic novels "Tristram Shandy" and "A Sentimental Journey" as the surname of one of the characters, a parson who is a humorous portrait of the author.
  • Angelica Briscoe, who is the daughter of Colonel Briscoe and the niece of a parson in "Aunts Aren't Gentlemen", was originally the parson's daughter in "Tried in the Furnace".
  • Thomas Minot, later Archbishop of Dublin, became parson here in 1349.

  • Thomas Minot, later Archbishop of Dublin, became parson here in 1351.
  • He was a close friend of another "hunting parson", namely the famous Parson Jack Russell, who also lived in North Devon, who recorded many personal anecdotes of Froude's character, mainly concerning his prowess on the hunting field and in breeding hounds.
  • According to tradition, Parson Creek was named for an incident in which a parson drowned in its swollen waters.
  • Grant Wood painted the scene under the title "Parson Weems' Fable" in 1939.
  • By 1744, there were over 20 guns around Rosia Bay. Parson's Lodge Battery was originally named the 9th Rosia Battery.

  • Otto Wissig (1853–1933) was a Protestant German parson and author.
  • John Womborn was parson of 'Pitchcote' in 1401.
  • In another petition in parliament (also of unknown date) Cliderhou asks that the burgesses of Wigan may be restrained from holding unlicensed markets, which competed injuriously with the market on Mondays, from which the parson was authorised by royal charter to receive tolls.
  • Simon Horemed was the parson in 1349.
  • Degge was a Royalist and wrote a reference book on the law and rights of a parson called the "Parson's Counsellor..."

  • The first parson on a list of rectors that starts in the reign of Richard I in the 12th century is John, Parson of Westleigh (1189–1199) but it is possible there was a church in Leigh at the time of the Norman Conquest.
  • 1613 or 1627) was the son of Alexander, son of the parson [...] ("Alasdair mac a' Phearsain"), a member of the Campbells of Carnassarie.
  • Parsons is an English surname although it's known to go back several centuries in Southern Ireland (Catholic) as well.
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