(vĭkʹər) noun. Abbr. vic. 1. a. The priest of a parish in the Church of England who receives a stipend or salary but does not receive the tithes of a parish. b. A cleric in charge of a chapel in the Episcopal Church of the United States. c. A cleric acting in the place of a rector or bishop in the Anglican Communion generally. 2. Roman Catholic Church. A priest who acts for or represents another, often higher-ranking member of the clergy, vikar.
(vĭkʹər-ĭj) noun. residence of a vicar, kediaman vikar.
(vī-kârʹē-əns, -kărʹ-, vĭ-) noun. Biology. The separation or division of a group of organisms by a geographic barrier, such as a mountain or a body of water, resulting in differentiation of the original group into new varieties or species, vikarians
(vī-kârʹē-ĭt, -āt´, -kărʹ-, vĭ-) noun. 1. The office or authority of a vicar. 2. The district under a vicar's jurisdiction, vikariat
(vī-kârʹē-əs, -kărʹ-, vĭ-) adjective. 1. indirect, gained at second-hand by observing, reading about others, melalui imaginasi: a good travel- book offers hours of vicarious thrills and excitement, buku kembara yang bagus memberikan keseronokan melalui imaginasi dan rasa teruja; 2. delegated, diwakilkan: the vicarious authority of the bishop, kuasa biskop yang diwakilkan.