Conge d'elire

Lit. 'permission to elect'. AnNor. term for the king permitting the chapter of a *cathedral and its dean to elect a bishop. The constitutions of Clarendon of 1164, issued by Henry II, set down the procedures for the election of a new bishop or archbishop.

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  • congé d'élire — congé d’élire /dā lēr/ 1. Permission to elect 2. The crown s formal permission to a dean and chapter to elect a certain person as bishop • • • Main Entry: ↑congé …   Useful english dictionary

  • congé d’élire — /dā lēr/ ▪ Permission to elect ▪ The crown s formal permission to a dean and chapter to elect a certain person as bishop ● congé …   Useful english dictionary

  • Congé d'Elire — Anglicanism portal Congé d Elire (English pronunciation: /ˈkɒndʒiː dɛˈlɪər/; in Law French, congé d eslire leave to elect ) a licence from the Crown in England issued under the great seal to the dean …   Wikipedia

  • congé d'élire — ▪ religion English  permission to elect        formal message conveying the English sovereign s permission for the dean and chapter of the cathedral of a vacant bishopric to proceed in regular chapter to a new election. Before the Norman Conquest …   Universalium

  • CONGÉ D'ÉLIRE —    a warrant granted by the Crown to the dean and chapter of a cathedral to elect a particular bishop to a vacant see …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • conge d'eslire — /konzhey delir/ Also spelled conge d elire, conge delire. A permission or license from the British sovereign to a dean and chapter to elect a bishop, in time of vacation; or to an abbey or priory which is of royal foundation, to elect an abbot or …   Black's law dictionary

  • congé —   n. leave, especially to go; dismissal; bow.    ♦ congé d élire, permission to elect …   Dictionary of difficult words

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