Need another word that means the same as “curate”? Find 5 synonyms and 30 related words for “curate” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Curate” are: minister, minister of religion, parson, pastor, rector
Curate as a Noun
Definitions of "Curate" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “curate” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A member of the clergy engaged as assistant to a vicar, rector, or parish priest.
- A minister with pastoral responsibility.
- A person authorized to conduct religious worship.
Synonyms of "Curate" as a noun (5 Words)
|minister||A person appointed to a high office in the government.|
Clergymen are usually called ministers in Protestant churches.
|minister of religion||The job of a head of a government department.|
|parson||A beneficed member of the clergy; a rector or a vicar.|
|pastor||A person authorized to conduct religious worship.|
|rector||(in the Church of England) the incumbent of a parish where all tithes formerly passed to the incumbent.|
Associations of "Curate" (30 Words)
|abbess||A woman who is the head of an abbey of nuns.|
|abbot||A man who is the head of an abbey of monks.|
|archbishop||A bishop of highest rank.|
The Archbishop of York.
|archdeacon||(Anglican Church) an ecclesiastical dignitary usually ranking just below a bishop.|
|benefice||Endow with a benefice.|
|bishop||A chess piece typically with its top shaped like a mitre that can move in any direction along a diagonal on which it stands Each player starts the game with two bishops one moving on white squares and the other on black.|
|cardinal||A deep scarlet colour like that of a cardinal s cassock.|
|chaplain||A clergyman ministering to some institution.|
A prison chaplain.
|church||Take a woman who has recently given birth to church for a service of thanksgiving.|
Some people go to church every Sunday.
|clergy||In Christianity clergymen collectively as distinguished from the laity.|
All marriages were to be solemnized by the clergy.
|clergyman||A member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church.|
|coadjutor||A bishop appointed to assist and often to succeed a diocesan bishop.|
|congregation||A flock of plovers.|
Large congregations of birds may cause public harm.
|diocesan||Belonging to or governing a diocese.|
|diocese||A district under the pastoral care of a bishop in the Christian Church.|
|ecclesiastic||A clergyman or other person in religious orders.|
|ecclesiastical||Of or associated with a church (especially a Christian Church.|
The ecclesiastical hierarchy.
|holy||Dedicated or consecrated to God or a religious purpose; sacred.|
I do not lead a holy life.
|minister||Work as a minister.|
A minister of the Lutheran church.
|ordain||Order (something) officially.|
The minister was ordained only last month.
|ordination||A ceremony in which someone is ordained.|
The ordination of women.
|parish||A local church community.|
A parish councillor.
|pastor||Be pastor of a church or congregation.|
He pastored Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto.
|priest||Ordain to the priesthood.|
The plays were performed within the sacred area of Dionysus in the presence of his priest.
|protestant||Of or relating to Protestants or Protestantism.|
|rector||(in other Anglican Churches) a member of the clergy who has charge of a parish.|
|rectory||A rector’s house.|
|saint||Formally recognize as a saint canonize.|
She s a saint to go on living with that man.
|ultramontane||Of or relating to ultramontanism.|
|vicar||A clergyman in charge of a chapel.|