'abbot' can also refer to...


abbot of Reichenau Bern(o) Augiensis (1008—1048)

Abbot of Westminster

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Charles Abbot (1757—1829) speaker of the House of Commons

Charles Abbot (1761—1817) botanist and entomologist

Ezra Abbot (1819—1884)

Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1836—1903)

George Abbot (1562—1633) archbishop of Canterbury

Henry Larcom Abbot (1831—1927)

John Abbot (c. 1588—1650) Roman Catholic priest and poet

John Abbot (c. 1751—1840) naturalist and artist

lay abbot

Martha Abbot

Newton Abbot

Robert Abbot (fl. c. 1579—1662) Church of England clergyman and religious writer

Robert Abbot (c. 1559—1618) bishop of Salisbury

Sir Maurice Abbot (1565—1642) merchant and politician

White Abbot

William Abbot (1790—1843) actor


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(Aram., Syr., abba, ‘father’).

The head of a Christian monastic community, especially in the Benedictine or Cistercian traditions. The term is used in translation for the head of communities in ...

Subjects: Christianity.

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