Clerical meaning

klĕrĭ-kəl
Of or relating to clerks or office workers or their work.
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Relating to office clerks or their work.
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Advocating clericalism.
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A member of the clergy.
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Garments worn by the clergy.
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An advocate of clericalism.
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Favoring clericalism.
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The definition of clerical is something related to performing routine work in an office or something related to clergy (priests).

Paperwork done for an office is an example of clerical work.

A priest's outfit is an example of a clerical outfit.

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Of, relating to, or characteristic of the clergy.
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Relating to the clergy or one of its members.
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A member of the clergy.
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Clerics' garments.
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A person who favors clericalism.
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Of or relating to clerks or their work.
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Of or relating to the clergy.
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A member of the clergy.
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Origin of clerical

  • From Late Latin clēricālis (“clerical”), from clēricus (“clergyman, priest”).

    From Wiktionary