Definition of out-parish in English:

out-parish

noun

  • A parish lying outside the walls or municipal boundaries of a city or town, but for some purposes regarded as belonging to it.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Raphael Holinshed (c1525–?1580), historian. From out- + parish.

Pronunciation

out-parish

/ˈaʊtparɪʃ/