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almoner definition

  • noun:
    • one that directs alms.
    • Chiefly British A hospital social employee.
    • person who distributes alms, particularly the doles and alms of religious homes, almshouses;
    • person who dispenses alms for another, once the almoner of a prince, bishop
    • a title provided to a royal officer charged with the job of distributing alms or bounty on behalf of a monarch
    • person who directs alms, esp. the doles and alms of spiritual houses, almshouses, etc.; in addition, one who dispenses alms for another, as almoner of a prince, bishop, etc.
    • A social worker in a hospital.
    • An official in a hospital whose work it really is to determine simply how much a patient must pay for treatment.
    • A dispenser of alms or charity; particularly, one faced with the distribution of alms as the official duty.
    • An alms-purse.
    • overall, a purse, especially a big purse, or pouch, often (from the twelfth century before fifteenth) hung from girdle.
    • the state in a British medical center who looks after the personal and material requirements associated with clients
    • One who directs alms.
    • Chiefly British A hospital personal employee.
    • a person who directs alms, especially the doles and alms of spiritual houses, almshouses;
    • one who dispenses alms for the next, since the almoner of a prince, bishop
    • a title given to a royal officer faced with the work of dispersing alms or bounty with respect to a monarch
    • one that distributes alms, esp. the doles and alms of religious homes, almshouses, etc.; also, one that dispenses alms for another, since the almoner of a prince, bishop, etc.
    • A social worker in a hospital.
    • the official in a hospital whose work it really is to determine exactly how much a patient need to pay for treatment.
    • A dispenser of alms or charity; specifically, you charged with the circulation of alms as an official duty.
    • An alms-purse.
    • generally, a purse, especially a large purse, or pouch, frequently (from twelfth century before fifteenth) hung from the girdle.
    • an official in a British medical center whom looks after the social and content requirements associated with customers
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