Common misspellings for clergy:
cleshay, llergy, clarigy, knoledgy, coledge, clrea, kolokhy, clercail, colelge, claery, leegy, coleege, cleggs, coleeg, claerly, cleark, cllearly, cleveage, colege, clartiy, alergy, clery, cateorgy, clerer, clevege, clearfy, clearng, clerly, theclergy, clogg, ulegy, clarfy, cloggy, keilberger, cleaqr, clearlly, cleaarly, clearley, carlberg, clearfiy, leclerc, clerge, clerck, clera, catorgey, coleuge, cleregy, coleg, clevedge, clinggy, clearcoat, calgray, cllege, clooege, clere, clarfiy, collelegue, clearty, clarge, lerge, ecoligy, collrge, clearcut, clikthrough, clert, catorgy, clearig, alllergy, cleargy, colegge, cleshey, calgery, cleearly, cclearly, clkear, cluely, glocry, klarge, colleugu, clerc, clrek, colegue, vleargy, calagry, cleaerly, clkerk, callega, w35qwwqerqw, catergoy, clarty, cleary, clearey, celrgy, clercal, collerge, cooledge, curlyq, killerig, xlergy, vlergy, flergy, dlergy, ckergy, cpergy, coergy, clwrgy, clsrgy, cldrgy, clrrgy, cl4rgy, cl3rgy, cleegy, cledgy, clefgy, cletgy, cle5gy, cle4gy, clerfy, clervy, clerby, clerhy, cleryy, clergt, clergh, clergu, clerg7, clerg6, xclergy, cxlergy, vclergy, cvlergy, fclergy, cflergy, dclergy, cdlergy, cklergy, clkergy, cplergy, clpergy, colergy, cloergy, clwergy, clewrgy, clsergy, clesrgy, cldergy, cledrgy, clrergy, clerrgy, cl4ergy, cle4rgy, cl3ergy, cle3rgy, cleergy, clerdgy, clefrgy, clerfgy, cletrgy, clertgy, cle5rgy, cler5gy, cler4gy, clergfy, clervgy, clergvy, clerbgy, clergby, clerhgy, clerghy, clerygy, clergyy, clergty, clergyt, clerggy, clergyg, clergyh, clerguy, clergyu, clerg7y, clergy7, clerg6y, clergy6, lergy, cergy, clrgy, lcergy, clregy, clegry, cleryg, cclergy, clergy, slergy, klergy, glergy, blergy, cdergy, cmergy, clurgy, clmrgy, clgrgy, cle2gy, clebgy, clezgy, clevgy, clepgy, clesgy, clerwy, cleroy, clercy, clerey, clerg9, clergi, clergq, clergx, c lergy, cl ergy, cle rgy, cler gy, clerg y.
Definition of clergy:
- Learning; also, a learned profession.
- The privilege or benefit of clergy.
- The whole body of ministers of the church.
- The body of ministers of religion: persons connected with the clerical profession or the religious orders. " I found the clergy in general persons of moderate minds and decorous manners; I include the seculars and regulars of both sexes."- Burke.
- The ministers of the Gospel, collectively.
- The body of men set apart to conduct the service of God in a Christian Church; ministers of the Established Church of a country.
- The body of men set apart by ordination for the service of religion in the Christian Church; the body of ecclesiasties in distinction from the laity. Benefit of clergy, originally the exemption of the persons of clergymen from criminal process before a secular judge, an immunity granted in certain cases to those who could read.