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  • forane — /fo rānˈ/ adjective A form of ↑foreign, outlying or rural, as in vicar forane (qv) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Forane — For·ane (forґān) trademark for a preparation of isoflurane …   Medical dictionary

  • forane — adj opposite; beforehand …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • vicar forane — fōrˈān noun (plural vicars forane) Etymology: forane from Late Latin foranus situated on the outside more at foreign : dean 2c * * * /faw rayn , foh /, pl. vicars forane. Rom. Cath. Ch. dean1 (def. 2b). [ …   Useful english dictionary

  • St. George's Forane Church — St. George’s Forane Church is located at Kaipuzha in Kottayam district. This ancient church was built in the year 1813. The church is standing on a high hill and is visible to the naked eye from miles. It was renovated two times and belongs to… …   Wikipedia

  • vicar forane — /faw rayn , foh /, pl. vicars forane. Rom. Cath. Ch. dean1 (def. 2b). [1885 90; forane < ML foraneus living away; cf. FOREIGN] * * * …   Universalium

  • vicar forane — vic′ar fo•rane′ [[t]fɔˈreɪn, foʊ [/t]] n. pl. vicars forane rel dean 2), b) • Etymology: 1885–90; forane < ML forāneus living away; cf. foreign …   From formal English to slang

  • Vicar forane — Vicar Vic ar, n. [OE. vicar, viker, vicair, F. vicaire, fr. L. vicarius. See {Vicarious}.] 1. One deputed or authorized to perform the functions of another; a substitute in office; a deputy. [R.] [1913 Webster] 2. (Eng. Eccl. Law) The incumbent… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • vicar forane — [fôr′ān, fô rān′] n. [ VICAR + ML foraneus, outside the episcopal city, rural, for LL foranus: see FOREIGN] R.C.Ch. DEAN (sense 1b) …   English World dictionary

  • vicar-forane — vicˈar forane /for ānˈ/ noun (a variant of ↑foreign) a rural dean • • • Main Entry: ↑vicar …   Useful english dictionary

  • vicar forane — /vɪkə fɒˈreɪn/ (say vikuh fo rayn) noun (in the Roman Catholic Church) an ecclesiastical dignitary appointed by the bishop to exercise a limited jurisdiction in a particular town or district of his diocese; a rural dean. {vicar + Latin forāneus… …   Australian English dictionary