HyperDic: pope

English > 2 senses of the word pope / Pope:
NOUNperson pope, Catholic Pope, Roman Catholic Pope, pontiff, Holy Father, Vicar of Christ, Bishop of Romethe head of the Roman Catholic Church
person Pope, Alexander PopeEnglish poet and satirist (1688-1744)
pope / Pope > pronunciation
Soundspow'p
Rhymesallotrope ... tope: 34 rhymes with owp...
English > pope: 2 senses > noun 1, person
MeaningThe head of the Roman Catholic Church.
SynonymsCatholic Pope, Roman Catholic Pope, pontiff, Holy Father, Vicar of Christ, Bishop of Rome
InstancesAlexander VI, Pope Alexander VI, Borgia, Rodrigo BorgiaPope and father of Cesare Borgia and Lucrezia Borgia (1431-1503)
Benedict XIV, Prospero Lambertinipope who was a patron of the arts and who denounced the cruelty to the indigenous peoples of South America (1675-1758)
Benedict XV, Giacomo della Chiesapope who founded the Vatican service for prisoners of war during World War I (1854-1922)
Boniface VIII, Benedetto Caetanipope who declared / declared that Catholic princes are subject to the pope in temporal as well as in theological matters (1235-1303)
Calixtus II, Guy of Burgundypope who in 1122 forced the Holy Roman Emperor Henry V to sign a concordat that recognized the right of the church to choose its own leadership (died in 1124)
Calixtus III, Borgia, Alfonso BorgiaItalian pope whose nepotism put the Borgia family in power in Italy (1378-1458)
Clement VII, Giulio de' MediciItalian pope from 1523 to 1534 who broke with Henry VIII of England after Henry VIII divorced Catherine of Aragon and married Anne Boleyn (1478-1534)
Clement XI, Giovanni Francesco AlbaniItalian pope from 1700 to 1721 who condemned Jansenist ideas on papal infallibility
Clement XIV, Lorenzo GanganelliItalian pope from 1769 to 1774 who lost whatever support remained of Catholic Europe, causing the church to fall into the hands of secular princes (1705-1774)
Gregory, Gregory I, Saint Gregory I, St. Gregory I, Gregory the Great(Roman Catholic Church) an Italian pope distinguished for his spiritual and temporal leadership
Gregory, Gregory VII, HildebrandThe Italian pope who fought to establish the supremacy of the pope over the Roman Catholic Church and the supremacy of the church over the state (1020-1085)
Gregory, Gregory XII, Angelo CorrerThe Italian pope from 1406 to 1415 who worked to end the Great Schism and who retired to make it possible (1327-1417)
Gregory, Gregory XIII, Ugo BuoncompagniThe pope who sponsored the introduction of the modern calendar (1572-1585)
Gregory, Gregory XVI, Bartolomeo Alberto CapillariItalian pope from 1831 to 1846
Innocent III, Lotario di SegniItalian pope from 1198 to 1216 who instituted the Fourth Crusade and under whom papal intervention in European politics reached its height (1161-1216)
Innocent VIII, Giovanni Battista CiboItalian pope from 1484 to 1492 who was known as a nepotist and was attacked by Savonarola for his worldliness (1432-1492)
Innocent XI, Benedetto OdescalchiItalian pope from 1676 to 1689 whose papacy was marked by the struggle with Louis XIV of France over papal authority over French Catholics
Innocent XII, Antonio PignatelliItalian pope from 1691 to 1700 who abolished nepotism within the church hierarchy and was universally loved for his charity and piety
John Paul I, Albino LucianoThe first Pope to assume a double name
John Paul II, Karol WojtylaThe first Pope born in Poland
John XXIII, Angelo Guiseppe RoncalliItalian pope from 1958 to 1963 who convoked the Second Vatican Council (1881-1963)
Leo I, St. Leo I, Leo the GreatItalian pope from 440 to 461 who extended the authority of the papacy to the west and persuaded Attila not to attack Rome (440-461)
Leo IIIItalian pope from 795 to 816 who in 800 crowned Charlemagne emperor of the Romans (750-816)
Leo IX, Bruno, Bruno of ToulGerman pope from 1049 to 1054 whose papacy was the beginning of papal reforms in the 11th century (1002-1054)
Leo X, Giovanni de'Medicison of Lorenzo de'Medici and pope from 1513 to 1521 who excommunicated Martin Luther and who in 1521 bestowed on Henry VIII the title of Defender of the Faith (1475-1521)
Leo XIII, Gioacchino Pecci, Giovanni Vincenzo PecciItalian pope from 1878 to 1903 who was interested in the advancement of learning and who opened the Vatican secret archives to all scholars
Martin V, Oddone ColonnaItalian pope from 1417 to 1431 whose election as pope ended the Great Schism (1368-1431)
Nicholas V, Tomasso ParentucelliItalian pope from 1447 to 1455 who founded the Vatican library (1397-1455)
Paul III, Alessandro FarneseItalian pope from 1534 to 1549 who excommunicated Henry VIII of England in 1538 and initiated the Council of Trent in 1545
Paul VI, Giovanni Battista MontiniItalian pope from 1963 to 1978 who eased restrictions on fasting and on interfaith marriages (1897-1978)
Pius II, Aeneas Silvius, Enea Silvio PiccolominiItalian pope from 1458 to 1464 who is remembered for his unsuccessful attempt to lead a crusade against the Turks (1405-1464)
Pius IX, Giovanni Mastai-Ferretti, Giovanni Maria Mastai-FerrettiItalian pope from 1846 to 1878 who in 1854 declared the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary
Pius V, Antonio GhislieriItalian pope from 1566 to 1572 who led the reformation / reformation of the Roman Catholic Church
Pius VI, Giovanni Angelo Braschi, Giannangelo BraschiItalian pope from 1775 to 1799 who served during the French Revolution
Pius VII, Barnaba Chiaramonti, Luigi Barnaba Gregorio ChiaramontiItalian pope from 1800 to 1823 who was humiliated by Napoleon and taken prisoner in 1809
Pius X, Giuseppe Sarto, Giuseppe Melchiorre Sartopope who condemned religious modernism
Pius XI, Achille Ratti, Ambrogio Damiano Achille Rattipope who signed a treaty with Mussolini recognizing the Vatican City as an independent state (1857-1939)
Pius XII, Eugenio Pacellipope who maintained neutrality during World War II and was later criticized for not aiding the Jews who were persecuted by Hitler (1876-1958)
Sixtus IV, Francesco della RovereItalian pope from 1471 to 1484 who consented to the establishment of the Spanish Inquisition and built the Sistine Chapel (1414-1484)
Sylvester II, GerbertFrench pope from 999 to 1003 who was noted for his great learning (945-1003)
Urban II, Odo, Odo of Lagery, Otho, Otho of LageryFrench pope from 1088 to 1099 whose sermons called for the First Crusade (1042-1099)
Urban V, Guillaume de GrimoardFrench pope from 1362 to 1370 who tried to reestablish the papacy in Rome but in 1367 returned to Avignon hoping to end the war between France and England
Urban VI, Bartolomeo PrignanoItalian pope from 1378 to 1389 whose contested election began the Great Schism
Urban VIII, Maffeo BarberiniItalian pope from 1623 to 1644 who sanctioned the condemnation of Galileo but later freed him (1568-1644)
Member ofpapacy, pontificateThe government of the Roman Catholic Church
Narrowerantipopesomeone who is elected pope in opposition to another person who is held to be canonically elected
BroaderCatholicA member of a Catholic church
spiritual leaderA leader in religious or sacred affairs
SpanishPapa, papa, pontífice, Sumo pontífice
CatalanPapa, papa, pontífex, Pontífex
Adjectivespapal, apostolic, apostolical, pontificalproceeding from or ordered by or subject to a pope or the papacy regarded as the successor of the Apostles
English > Pope: 2 senses > noun 2, person
MeaningEnglish poet and satirist (1688-1744).
SynonymAlexander Pope
Instance ofpoetA writer of poems (the term is usually reserved for writers of good poetry)
SpanishPapa Alejandro
CatalanAlexander Pope

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