Definition of suburbicary in US English:

suburbicary

adjective

  • Roman Catholic Church. = suburbicarian.

Origin

Early 17th century. From post-classical Latin suburbicarius in the precincts of the city, of or relating to the dioceses located around Rome (400) from classical Latin suburbium + -cārius (in urbicārius).

Pronunciation

suburbicary

/səbˈəːbɪk(ə)ri/