benefice

Benefice vs Profit - What's the difference?

benefice | profit |


As nouns the difference between benefice and profit

is that benefice is profit while profit is profit.

Benefice vs Benefit - What's the difference?

benefice | benefit |


As nouns the difference between benefice and benefit

is that benefice is profit while benefit is an advantage, help, sake or aid from something.

As a verb benefit is

to be or to provide a benefit to.

Benefice vs Beneficial - What's the difference?

benefice | beneficial |


As a noun benefice

is profit.

As an adjective beneficial is

helpful or good to something or someone.

Benefice vs Parish - What's the difference?

benefice | parish |


As nouns the difference between benefice and parish

is that benefice is profit while parish is in the anglican, eastern orthodox and roman catholic church or certain civil government entities such as the state of louisiana, an administrative part of a diocese that has its own church.

As a verb parish is

(lb) to place (an area, or rarely a person) into one or more es or parish can be .

Benefic vs Benefice - What's the difference?

benefic | benefice |


As an adjective benefic

is favorable; beneficent.

As a noun benefice is

profit.

Venefice vs Benefice - What's the difference?

venefice | benefice |


As nouns the difference between venefice and benefice

is that venefice is (obsolete) the act or practice of poisoning while benefice is profit.

Good vs Benefice - What's the difference?

good | benefice |


As a proper noun good

is .

As a noun benefice is

profit.

Benefice vs Donative - What's the difference?

benefice | donative |


As nouns the difference between benefice and donative

is that benefice is profit while donative is a gift; a largess; a gratuity.

As an adjective donative is

of, pertaining to, or being a donation.

Benefice vs Dataria - What's the difference?

benefice | dataria |


As nouns the difference between benefice and dataria

is that benefice is profit while dataria is (roman catholicism|historical) part of the roman catholic curia, abolished in 1967, from which were sent graces or favours such as appointments to benefices.

Benefice vs Collative - What's the difference?

benefice | collative |


As a noun benefice

is profit.

As an adjective collative is

(of a|benefice) in which the ordinary (or bishop) is the same person as the patron.

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