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administer to serve or act in a helpful manner; minister (usu. fol. by to). [1/5 definitions]
chargé d'affaires a foreign service official who takes charge of diplomatic business whenever an ambassador or minister is temporarily absent. [1/2 definitions]
cleric a minister, priest, rabbi, or other ordained person; member of the clergy. [1/2 definitions]
commissar in the Soviet Union until 1946, the head of a major division of government; minister. [1/2 definitions]
Downing Street the elected government of Great Britain, so termed because 10 Downing Street is the residence of the prime minister.
evangelist a person who works to gain converts to an evangelical church, esp. a minister who travels about or broadcasts his or her preaching widely. [1/3 definitions]
holy orders the rank of an ordained Christian minister. [1/3 definitions]
Jawaharlal Nehru a leader of the Indian independence movement and, from 1947 to 1964, first prime minister of the Republic of India. Nehru's name is often preceded by the word "pandit," an Indian title of respect (b.1889--d.1964).
John the Baptist according to the New Testament, a minister, born shortly before Jesus Christ, who foretold the coming of the Messiah in the person of Jesus and later baptized him.
Malcolm X U.S. black nationalist leader and Muslim minister (b.1925--d.1965).
man of God a priest, minister, or rabbi; clergyman. [1/2 definitions]
ministerial pertaining to a religious ministry or minister, or to the affairs of a minister of state.
ministration the carrying out of the duties of a religious minister. [1/2 definitions]
ministry the duties and functions of a religious minister. [1/5 definitions]
officiate to function as a priest or minister in a religious ceremony. [1/3 definitions]
ordain to proclaim or authorize (a person) to be a Christian priest or minister, or a rabbi, esp. by a formal ceremony. [1/4 definitions]
parson a clergyman, esp. in a Protestant church; minister.
parsonage a house provided by a church for its minister.
pastor a minister or priest in charge of a church or congregation.
P.M. abbreviation of "Prime Minister," the chief minister and head of the cabinet in parliamentary governments.
portfolio the office or functions of a minister of state or cabinet member. [1/4 definitions]