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Venerable

adjective uk   us   /ˈven.ər.ə.bl̩/
the Venerable used as a title for an archdeacon in the Church of England used as a title for a person who is considered holy by the Roman Catholic Church but who has not yet been made a saint used as a title for a monk in Buddhism
Translations of “Venerable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 德高望重的, 令人尊敬的, 崇高神聖的…
in Russian почтенный…
in Turkish saygıdeğer, muhterem, aziz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 德高望重的, 令人尊敬的, 崇高神圣的…
in Polish szacowny, czcigodny…
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