Definition of prince-bishop in English:

prince-bishop

noun

historical
  • A person holding the ranks of both bishop and prince; (especially in Germany) a person holding the temporal possessions and authority of a bishopric with princely or noble rank.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in German Rogue. From prince + bishop, probably after German Fürstbischof.

Pronunciation

prince-bishop

/ˌprɪnsˈbɪʃəp/