Prestimony
Prestimony Pres"ti*mo*ny, n. [LL. praestimonium, fr. L. praestare to furnish, supply: cf. F. prestimonie. See {Prest}, n.] (Canon Law) A fund for the support of a priest, without the title of a benefice. The patron in the collator. [1913 Webster]

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  • prestimony — /prestamaniy/ or praestimonia /prestamown(i)ya/ In canon law, a fund or revenue appropriated by the founder for the subsistence of a priest, without being erected into any title or benefice, chapel, prebend, or priory. It is not subject to the… …   Black's law dictionary

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  • praestimonia — prestimony /prestamaniy/ or praestimonia /prestamown(i)ya/ In canon law, a fund or revenue appropriated by the founder for the subsistence of a priest, without being erected into any title or benefice, chapel, prebend, or priory. It is not… …   Black's law dictionary

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