Cleric (noun)

  1. A member of the clergy, such as a priest or minister.
  2. A person who is trained in religious or theological studies and is authorized to lead religious ceremonies or perform other religious duties.


Late middle english: via old french from latin clericus "clergyman", from greek klērikos "belonging to the lot (of the clergy)", from klēros "lot".


  1. The cleric performed the marriage ceremony.
  2. The cleric delivered the sermon.
  3. The cleric was a Catholic priest.
  4. The cleric was a theologian.
  5. The cleric led the prayer service.
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