from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A vice-dean; a dean's substitute or vicegerent.
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- noun An under dean; the deputy or substitute of a dean.
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- noun An under dean; the
deputyor substituteof a dean.
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James IV. endowed the chapel with large revenues, and in 1501 erected it into a collegiate church for dean, subdean, chanter, sacristan, treasurer, chancellor, archpriests, sixteen chaplains, six singing boys and a choir master.
On 24 Merch, 1884, he was transferred to the episcopal See of Porto and Santa Rufina to which was annexed the dignity of subdean of the Sacred College.
At Skara the cathedral chapter consisted latterly of a dean, an archdeacon, a subdean, and twenty-one canons.
The chapter of Vexiö consisted of dean, archdeacon, subdean, and eleven prebendaries.
This was framed on the usual Norman model, with dean, precentor, chancellor, and treasurer, whose duties were exactly defined, some thirty-two canons, a subdean, and succentor.
The cathedral chapter consisted of dean, archdeacon, subdean, and ten canons.
Parlement of Grenoble, and Pierre l'Hermite, later subdean of
Pitterweeme, the dean and subdean of Glasgow, Mr. Hugh Spence, Thomas
By a draft of the statutes written by Wolsey himself it appears, that the permanent members of the college f were intended to consist of a dean, a subdean, sixty canons of the first rank, and forty of the second, thirteen chap - lains, twelve clerks, and sixteen choristers, with professors of Rhetorie,
D. subdean of St. John's, Cam - bridge; March 3, 1725..