/vik"euhr ij/, n.
1. the residence of a vicar.
2. the benefice of a vicar.
3. the office or duties of a vicar.
[1375-1425; late ME; see VICAR, -AGE]

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  • Vicarage — Vic ar*age (?; 48), n. 1. The benefice of a vicar. [1913 Webster] 2. The house or residence of a vicar. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • vicarage — (n.) early 15c., benefice of a vicar, from VICAR (Cf. vicar) + AGE (Cf. age). Meaning house or residence of a vicar is from 1520s …   Etymology dictionary

  • vicarage — ► NOUN ▪ the residence of a vicar …   English terms dictionary

  • vicarage — [vik′ərij] n. [ME vicerege: see VICAR & AGE] 1. the residence of a vicar 2. the benefice or salary of a vicar 3. the position or duties of a vicar …   English World dictionary

  • vicarage — UK [ˈvɪk(ə)rɪdʒ] / US [ˈvɪkərɪdʒ] noun [countable] Word forms vicarage : singular vicarage plural vicarages a vicar s house …   English dictionary

  • vicarage — [[t]vɪ̱kərɪʤ[/t]] vicarages N COUNT A vicarage is a house in which a vicar lives. [BRIT] …   English dictionary

  • vicarage — noun Date: 15th century 1. the benefice of a vicar 2. the house of a vicar 3. vicariate 1 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • vicarage — noun a) The residence of a vicar b) The benefice, duties or office of a vicar …   Wiktionary

  • vicarage — Synonyms and related words: Dymaxion house, White House, adobe house, advowson, benefice, building, care of souls, casa, charge, church house, clergy house, cliff dwelling, consulate, country house, country seat, curacy, cure, dacha, deanery,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • vicarage — vic|ar|age [ˈvıkərıdʒ] n a house where a vicar lives …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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