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Latin sedes (“seat”), referring to the bishop's throne or chair (compare seat of power) in the cathedral; related to the Latin verb sedere (“to sit”).
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citaien &c. ("burgher"; modern French citoyen), from cite ("settlement; cathedral city, city"; modern French cité) + -ain or -ien (“-an, -ian”). See city
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Eliot Norton, Historical Studies of Church-Building in the Middle Ages Like so many of the finest churches, [the cathedral of Siena] was furnished with a plain
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sé (category Spanish forms of verbs ending in -er)
Homophone: Sé sé f (plural sés) (Roman Catholicism) see (the cathedral and region under the jurisdiction of a bishop) Santa Sé Sé cátedra bispo diocese IPA(key):
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The Early Statutes of the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, Chichester, J. B. Nichols and Sons, page 38: The cob was a cracknel or simnel made of
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1850.01.19: Bolton says, "The sayd victorious Princes tombe is in the goodly Cathedral Church erected to the honour of Christ, in Canterburie; there
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