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abbot

noun /ˈӕbət/ ( feminine abbess /ˈӕbes/)
the male head of an abbey.
abad; abadesa
Translations of “abbot”
in Vietnamese cha trưởng tu viện…
in Thai เจ้าอาวาส…
in Malaysian ketua biarawan…
in French abbé, abbesse…
in German der Abt/die Äbtissin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 男修道院院長…
in Indonesian abas, biarawan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 男修道院院长…
(Definition of abbot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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