Associations to the word «Seminary»
SEMINARY, noun. A theological school for the training of rabbis, priests, or ministers.
SEMINARY, noun. A private residential school for girls.
SEMINARY, noun. (Mormonism) A class of religious education for youths ages 14–18 that accompanies normal secular education.
SEMINARY, noun. A piece of ground where seed is sown for producing plants for transplantation.
SEMINARY, noun. (by extension) The place or original stock from which anything is brought or produced.
SEMINARY, noun. (obsolete) Seminal state or polity.
SEMINARY, noun. A Roman Catholic priest educated in a foreign seminary; a seminarist.
SEMINARY, adjective. Of or relating to seed; seminal.
SEMINARY, noun. A private place of education for the young.
SEMINARY, noun. A theological school for training ministers or priests or rabbis.
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