Etymology
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parsonage (n.)

"house for a parson," late 15c.,from Old French personage and directly from Medieval Latin personagium; see parson + -age. Earlier it meant "benefice of a parson" (late 14c.).

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Definitions of parsonage

parsonage (n.)
an official residence provided by a church for its parson or vicar or rector;
Synonyms: vicarage / rectory
From wordnet.princeton.edu