ab·bot /ˈæbət/ 名詞
男修道院院長, 方丈, 住持
1. The superior or head of an abbey.
2. One of a class of bishops whose sees were formerly abbeys.
Abbot of the people. a title formerly given to one of the chief magistrates in Genoa.
Abbot of Misrule (or Lord of Misrule), in mediæval times, the master of revels, as at Christmas; in Scotland called the Abbot of Unreason.
n : the superior of an abbey of monks [syn: archimandrite]