From Middle English clerc, from Old English clerc, from Late Latin clēricus ("a priest, clergyman, cleric", also generally "a learned man, clerk"), from Ancient Greek κληρικός ("(adj. in church jargon) of the clergy"), from κλῆρος. cleric.
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