Abbe (noun)

  1. A French priest who is in charge of an abbey.
  2. A French term of address for a priest.

Origin:

Mid 17th century: from french abbé, from late latin abbas, abbat- 'father' (used as a title of honor for certain christian priests and monks), from greek abbas.

Examples:

  1. The abbe led the daily prayers at the abbey.
  2. The abbe was a well-respected member of the community.
  3. The abbe greeted the visitors with a warm smile.
  4. The abbe was known for his kindness and generosity.
  5. The abbe was a scholar as well as a religious leader.
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