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crozier also: crosier
American English: /ˈkroʊʒər/
British English: /ˈkrəʊzɪə/

Translation of crozier in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Abbots, abbesses and bishops were buried with their croziers, the pastoral staffs symbolic of their office.
    • In it, a bishop who had committed disgraceful acts was stripped of the symbols of his office - mitre, crosier and ring.
    • A bishop's crozier possibly thought to date from the early 7th century has been found in a peat bog in Co Offaly, 60 miles west of Dublin.

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