Collative Col*la"tive, a. [L. collativus brought together. ] Passing or held by collation; -- said of livings of which the bishop and the patron are the same person. [1913 Webster]

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  • collative — /keuh lay tiv, koh , ko , koh lay , kol ay /, adj. 1. marked by collation. 2. Eccles. presented by collation: collative benefices. [1610 20; < L collativus. See COLLATE, IVE] * * * …   Universalium

  • collative — /kəˈleɪtɪv/ (say kuh laytiv), /ˈkɒlə / (say koluh ) adjective 1. collating. 2. Ecclesiastical presented by collation: collative benefices …   Australian English dictionary

  • collative — kəˈlād.iv, (ˈ)kä|l , (ˈ)kō|l , ātiv adjective Etymology: Latin collativus brought together, from collatus + ivus ive 1. : having the quality or power of conferring 2. : passing, held, or conferred by collation (sense 4a) 3. : marked by collation… …   Useful english dictionary

  • collative — adjective Describing a benefice in which the ordinary (or bishop) is the same person as the patron …   Wiktionary

  • collative — col·la·tive …   English syllables

  • advowson collative — Same as collative advowson …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Advowson — • In English law the right of patronage of a church or ecclesiastical benefice, a right exercised by nomination of a clergyman to such church or other benefice Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Advowson     Advowson …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Benefice — • Popularly the term is often understood to denote either certain property destined for the support of ministers of religion, or a spiritual office or function, such as the care of souls Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Benefice      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Chaplain — • Discusses the types including court, beneficed, parochial, domestic, pontifical, and military Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Chaplain     Chaplain      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Presentative — Pre*sent a*tive, a. 1. (Eccl.) Having the right of presentation, or offering a clergyman to the bishop for institution; as, advowsons are presentative, collative, or donative. Blackstone. [1913 Webster] 2. Admitting the presentation of a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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