Part of speech:
A diplomatic officer sent to a foreign nation to represent his or her government, usually ranking below an ambassador
A man on the highest council of priests in ancient Rome.
A man who is a member of the clergy.
Someone with spiritual authority over a group of people
A priest or medicine man, esp. among N Asian peoples, who is believed able to heal and to foretell the future through communication with good and evil spirits
Of or relating to Leviticus.
(--- Mormon Ch.) A lay church officer who presides over a ward
(Obs.) An official secretary to a nobleman or, esp., a king
A man who is a cleric.
A woman who is a member of the clergy.
(Judaism) A scholar and teacher of the Jewish law; now, specif., an ordained Jew, usually the spiritual head of a congregation, qualified to decide questions of law and ritual and to perform marriages, supervise religious education, etc.
Sometimes, a pastor or other head priest
a person who performs religious duties and ceremonies in a non-Christian religion
A priest, especially of an ancient Roman deity.
One who occupies a position of authority in a religious hierarchy.
A person confidently expounding, explaining, or promoting something mysterious or obscure as though appointed to do so
A woman who presides over religious rites, especially in pagan religions.
Find another word for priest. In this page you can discover 52 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for priest, like: minister, lama, reverend, hieratic, pontifex, cleric, clergyman, pastor, man-of-the-cloth, preacher and monk.