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Oxford dictionary definition of the word dean:
1the head of the chapter of a cathedral or collegiate church.
(also rural dean, area dean) British a member of the clergy exercising supervision over a group of parochial clergy within a division of an archdeaconry.
2the head of a university faculty or department or of a medical school.
(in a college or university, especially Oxford or Cambridge) a senior member of a college, with disciplinary and advisory functions.
Middle English: from Old French deien, from late Latin decanus ‘chief of a group of ten’, from decem ‘ten’. Compare with doyen