Definitions for Metropolitan
ˌmɛ trəˈpɒl ɪ tnMet·ro·pol·i·tan
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in the Eastern Orthodox Church this title is given to a position between bishop and patriarch; equivalent to archbishop in western Christianity
a person who lives in a metropolis
relating to or characteristic of a metropolis
A bishop empowered to oversee other bishops; an archbishop.
The inhabitant of a metropolis.
Pertaining to the see or province of a metropolitan.
Of, or pertaining to, a metropolis or other large urban settlement.
Etymology: From metropolitanus, from μητροπολίτης.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Belonging to a metropolis.
Their patriarch, of a covetous desire to enrich himself, had forborn to institute metropolitan bishops. Walter Raleigh.
A bishop of the mother church; an archbishop.
Etymology: metropolitanus, Latin.
He was promoted to Canterbury upon the death of Dr. Bancroft, that metropolitan, who understood the church excellently, and countenanced men of the greatest parts in learning. Edward Hyde.
of or pertaining to the capital or principal city of a country; as, metropolitan luxury
of, pertaining to, or designating, a metropolitan or the presiding bishop of a country or province, his office, or his dignity; as, metropolitan authority
the superior or presiding bishop of a country or province
a bishop whose see is civil metropolis. His rank is intermediate between that of an archbishop and a patriarch
Etymology: [LL. metropolitanus.]
Metropolitan is the debut film by director and screenwriter Whit Stillman. It received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay.
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Rank popularity for the word 'Metropolitan' in Adjectives Frequency: #707
The numerical value of Metropolitan in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of Metropolitan in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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- metropolitàCatalan, Valencian
- métropolitain, urbainFrench
- центра́льный, столи́чныйRussian
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