pope

What is the difference between popemobile and pope?

popemobile | pope |

Popemobile is a derived term of pope.


As nouns the difference between popemobile and pope

is that popemobile is (popemobile) while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church or pope can be (in russian tradition) an eastern orthodox priest.

What is the difference between popedom and pope?

popedom | pope | Derived terms |

Popedom is a derived term of pope.


As nouns the difference between popedom and pope

is that popedom is the jurisdiction of the pope while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church or pope can be (in russian tradition) an eastern orthodox priest.

What is the difference between antipope and pope?

antipope | pope |

Antipope is a derived term of pope.


In context|christianity|lang=en terms the difference between antipope and pope

is that antipope is (christianity) a person who claims or claimed to be the pope as the result of a disputed election, but is not considered by the roman catholic church to be the real pope while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church.

As nouns the difference between antipope and pope

is that antipope is (christianity) a person who claims or claimed to be the pope as the result of a disputed election, but is not considered by the roman catholic church to be the real pope while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church or pope can be (in russian tradition) an eastern orthodox priest.

What is the difference between popess and pope?

popess | pope |

Popess is a coordinate term of pope.

What is the difference between bullfinch and pope?

bullfinch | pope |


As nouns the difference between bullfinch and pope

is that bullfinch is any of various old world finches in the genus pyrrhula they are passerine birds with thick bills while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church or pope can be (in russian tradition) an eastern orthodox priest.

What is the difference between fish and pope?

fish | pope |


As nouns the difference between fish and pope

is that fish is (countable) a cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water, moving with the help of fins and breathing with gills or fish can be (obsolete) a counter, used in various games while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church or pope can be (in russian tradition) an eastern orthodox priest.

As a adjective fish

is of or relating to fish; piscine; ichthyic.

As a verb fish

is to try to catch fish, whether successfully or not.

What is the difference between patriarch and pope?

patriarch | pope |


In context|christianity|lang=en terms the difference between patriarch and pope

is that patriarch is (christianity) the highest form of bishop, in the ancient world having authority over other bishops in the province but now generally as an honorary title; in roman catholicism, considered a bishop second only to the pope in rank while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church.

As nouns the difference between patriarch and pope

is that patriarch is (christianity) the highest form of bishop, in the ancient world having authority over other bishops in the province but now generally as an honorary title; in roman catholicism, considered a bishop second only to the pope in rank while pope is (christianity) the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church or pope can be (in russian tradition) an eastern orthodox priest.

What is the difference between pope and ablegate?

pope | ablegate |


As nouns the difference between pope and ablegate

is that pope is {{context|christianity|lang=en}} the bishop of rome; the head of the roman catholic church or pope can be {{context|in russian tradition|lang=en}} an eastern orthodox priest while ablegate is {{context|roman catholicism|lang=en}} a representative of the pope charged with important commissions in foreign countries, one of his duties being to bring to a newly named cardinal his insignia of office.

As a verb ablegate is

{{context|obsolete|lang=en}} to send abroad.

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