vicarate
Noun

vicarate (plural vicarates)

  1. The territory for which a vicar is responsible.
    • 1978, The Catholic Lawyer (volume 24, page 274)
      The Diocese of Brooklyn is divided into five vicarates. We had five meetings. All the employers had representation there.



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