Parsonage

Par"son*age

(?), n. 1. (Eng. Eccl. Law) A certain portion of lands, tithes, and offerings, for the maintenance of the parson of a parish.
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2. The glebe and house, or the house only, owned by a parish or ecclesiastical society, and appropriated to the maintenance or use of the incumbent or settled pastor.
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3. Money paid for the support of a parson. [Scot.]
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What have I been paying stipend and teind, parsonage and vicarage, for?
Sir W. Scott.
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