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English translation: curial officials [curial cardinals OR bishops etc. as per context)

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German term or phrase:Kurialen
English translation:curial officials [curial cardinals OR bishops etc. as per context)
Entered by: Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
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14:09 Mar 25, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
German term or phrase: Kurialen
"Kreis der auserwahlten Kurialen, die gewuerdigt wurden..."
Martin Gibbs
curial officials [curial cardinals OR bishops etc. as per context)
Explanation:
Could be a number of things :
-- reference to Ecclesiastical History / The Papacy, papal authority, and the papal states

SEE DEFINITIONS from the American Heritage Dictionary :

NOUN : Inflected forms: pl. cu·ri·ae (kr´-´´, kyr´-)
1. a. One of the ten primitive subdivisions of a tribe in early Rome, consisting of ten gentes. b. The assembly place of such a subdivision. 2. a. The Roman senate or any of the various buildings in which it met in republican Rome. b. The place of assembly of high councils in various Italian cities under Roman administration. 3. The ensemble of central administrative and governmental services in imperial Rome. 4. often Curia Roman Catholic Church The central administration governing the Church. 5. a. A medieval assembly or council. b. A medieval royal court of justice.

ETYMOLOGY: Latin cria, council, curia. See w-ro-.

OTHER FORMS: cu´ri·al — ADJECTIVE


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nacurial officials [curial cardinals OR bishops etc. as per context)Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
namembers of the Curia
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members of the Curia


Explanation:
"kurial" is normally an adjective, but may be presumed to refer to the members of the church body (see Vatican websites).

Parrot
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Local time: 15:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 315

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curial officials [curial cardinals OR bishops etc. as per context)


Explanation:
Could be a number of things :
-- reference to Ecclesiastical History / The Papacy, papal authority, and the papal states

SEE DEFINITIONS from the American Heritage Dictionary :

NOUN : Inflected forms: pl. cu·ri·ae (kr´-´´, kyr´-)
1. a. One of the ten primitive subdivisions of a tribe in early Rome, consisting of ten gentes. b. The assembly place of such a subdivision. 2. a. The Roman senate or any of the various buildings in which it met in republican Rome. b. The place of assembly of high councils in various Italian cities under Roman administration. 3. The ensemble of central administrative and governmental services in imperial Rome. 4. often Curia Roman Catholic Church The central administration governing the Church. 5. a. A medieval assembly or council. b. A medieval royal court of justice.

ETYMOLOGY: Latin cria, council, curia. See w-ro-.

OTHER FORMS: cu´ri·al — ADJECTIVE





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Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
Local time: 15:47
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 126
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