Medieval Latin obedientiarius.
obedientiary (plural obedientiaries)
- The holder of a monastic rank or office below that of superior.
- 2004, Richard Goddard, Lordship and Medieval Urbanisation: Coventry, 1043-1355 (page 95)
- Each obedientiary held his own rural estates as well as properties in the city and was supported by various unlanded officials.