vestry

Vestry - What does it mean?

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Taxonomy vs Vestry - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between taxonomy and vestry

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy.

Vestry vs Changeroom - What's the difference?

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Vestry is a see also of changeroom.


As nouns the difference between vestry and changeroom

is that vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy while changeroom is (mainly american) changing room, locker-room.

Vestry vs Vestiary - What's the difference?

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Vestry is a synonym of vestiary.


As nouns the difference between vestry and vestiary

is that vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy while vestiary is a dressing room or storeroom for clothes, especially in a church or other religious house.

As an adjective vestiary is

pertaining to clothes or clothing.

Vestryman vs Vestry - What's the difference?

vestryman | vestry |

Vestryman is a see also of vestry.


As nouns the difference between vestryman and vestry

is that vestryman is a member of a parochial vestry while vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy.

Churchwarden vs Vestry - What's the difference?

churchwarden | vestry |

Vestry is a see also of churchwarden.

Churchwarden is a related term of vestry.


As nouns the difference between churchwarden and vestry

is that churchwarden is (british) a lay officer of the church of england who handles the secular affairs of the parish while vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy.

Parish vs Vestry - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between parish and vestry

is that parish is in the anglican, eastern orthodox and catholic church or certain civil government entities such as the state of louisiana, an administrative part of a diocese that has its own church while vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy.

Affair vs Vestry - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between affair and vestry

is that affair is that which is done or is to be done; matter; concern; business of any kind, commercial, professional, or public; — often in the plural while vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy.

Temporal vs Vestry - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between temporal and vestry

is that temporal is (chiefly|in the plural) anything temporal or secular; a temporality or temporal can be (skeleton) either of the bones on the side of the skull, near the ears while vestry is a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy.

As a adjective temporal

is of or relating to time or temporal can be of the temples of the head.

Administer vs Vestry - What's the difference?

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As a verb administer

is to cause to take, either by openly offering or through deceit.

As a noun vestry is

a room in a church where the clergy put on their vestments and where these are stored; also used for meetings and classes; a sacristy.

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