Presbytera

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'''Presvytera''' is a Greek title of honor that is used to refer to a [[presbyter|priest]]'s wife. It is derived from ''presbyteros'' -- the Greek word for ''priest''. It corresponds to [[Khouria]] in Arabic and [[Matushka]] in Russian.  
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'''Presbytera''' is a Greek title of honor that is used to refer to a [[presbyter|priest]]'s wife. It is derived from ''presbyteros'' -- the Greek word for ''priest''. It corresponds to [[Khouria]] in Arabic and [[Matushka]] in Russian.  
  
 
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Presbytera is a Greek title of honor that is used to refer to a priest's wife. It is derived from presbyteros -- the Greek word for priest. It corresponds to Khouria in Arabic and Matushka in Russian.


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