eparch definition

  • noun:
    • Eastern Orthodox Church A bishop or metropolitan.
    • The governor or prefect of a province.
    • The ruler of an eparchy.
    • The metropolitan bishop of a province or eparchy.
    • In ancient Greece, the governor or perfect of a province; in contemporary Greece, the ruler of an eparchy.
    • In old and modern Greece, the governor or prefect of an eparchy.
    • Eastern Orthodox Church A bishop or metropolitan.
    • The governor or prefect of a province.
    • The ruler of an eparchy.
    • The metropolitan bishop of a province or eparchy.
    • In ancient Greece, the governor or perfect of a province; in modern Greece, the ruler of an eparchy.
    • In old and contemporary Greece, the governor or prefect of an eparchy.
    • in Russian Ch., a bishop as regulating an eparchy; especially, a metropolitan. See eparchy, 2.
    • a bishop or metropolitan in charge of an eparchy within the Eastern Church
    • within the Russian Ch., a bishop as regulating an eparchy; specially, a metropolitan. See eparchy, 2.
    • a bishop or metropolitan in charge of an eparchy in Eastern Church
    • the governor or prefect of an eparchy in old Greece
    • the governor or prefect of an eparchy in old Greece
    • Eastern Orthodox Church A bishop or metropolitan.
    • The governor or prefect of a province.
    • The ruler of an eparchy.
    • The metropolitan bishop of a province or eparchy.
    • In ancient Greece, the governor or perfect of a province; in contemporary Greece, the ruler of an eparchy.
    • In ancient and contemporary Greece, the governor or prefect of an eparchy.
    • into the Russian Ch., a bishop as regulating an eparchy; particularly, a metropolitan. See eparchy, 2.
    • Eastern Orthodox Church A bishop or metropolitan.
    • a bishop or metropolitan in control of an eparchy within the Eastern Church
    • The governor or prefect of a province.
    • the governor or prefect of an eparchy in ancient Greece
    • The ruler of an eparchy.
    • The metropolitan bishop of a province or eparchy.
    • In ancient Greece, the governor or perfect of a province; in modern Greece, the ruler of an eparchy.
    • In ancient and modern Greece, the governor or prefect of an eparchy.
    • within the Russian Ch., a bishop as regulating an eparchy; particularly, a metropolitan. See eparchy, 2.
    • a bishop or metropolitan in charge of an eparchy into the Eastern Church
    • the governor or prefect of an eparchy in ancient Greece

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