CLERICUS

CLERICUS

clericus (kler-[schwa]-k[schwa]s). [Law Latin ¡°clergyman¡±] Hist.

1. Eccles. law. A person in holy orders; a priest or deacon.

2. A court clerk or officer of the royal household.

3. AMANUENSIS.


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