faraŕ

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See also: farar and farář

Lower Sorbian[edit]

faraŕ

Etymology[edit]

Synchronically fara +‎ -aŕ but originally borrowed from German Pfarrer, from Old High German pfarrāri, from pfarra (parish), from Late Latin parochia, from Ancient Greek παρоικία (parоikía).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

faraŕ m anim (feminine equivalent fararka)

  1. pastor, clergyman

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