ministrant

Ministrant vs Servant - What's the difference?

ministrant | servant |


As nouns the difference between ministrant and servant

is that ministrant is one who ministers while servant is one who is hired to perform regular household or other duties, and receives compensation as opposed to a slave.

As a verb servant is

(obsolete) to subject.

Ministrant vs Ministerial - What's the difference?

ministrant | ministerial |


As a noun ministrant

is one who ministers.

As an adjective ministerial is

related to a religious minister or ministry.

Ministrant - What does it mean?

ministrant | |

Ministrant vs Helpful - What's the difference?

ministrant | helpful |


As a noun ministrant

is one who ministers.

As an adjective helpful is

furnishing help; giving aid; useful.

Minister vs Ministrant - What's the difference?

minister | ministrant |


As nouns the difference between minister and ministrant

is that minister is a person who is trained to perform religious ceremonies at a protestant church while ministrant is one who ministers.

As a verb minister

is to attend to (the needs of); to tend; to take care (of); to give aid; to give service.