Speaking of "pronounciation", the National Catholic Reporter, something I don't often consult, says that our new Coadjutor Bishop (or is he a Coadjutor Archbishop?) pronounces his name "Nine-stedt!"
co·ad·ju·tor (kō'ə-jū'tər, kō-ăj'ə-tər)
- A coworker; an assistant. See synonyms at assistant.
- An assistant to a bishop, especially one designated to succeed the bishop.
[Middle English coadjutour, assistant, from Latin coadiūtor : co-, co- + adiūtor, assistant (from adiūtāre, to aid; see adjutant).] [www.answers.com]
| ||Roget's New Millennium™ Thesaurus - Cite This Source|
|Part of Speech:||noun|
|Synonyms:||abettor, adjutant, aid, aide-de-camp, assistant, attendant, coadjutant, coadjutor, deputy, girl Friday, helper, lieutenant, man Friday, second, shop, stooge, supporter, troops|
|Antonyms:||boss, leader, superior|
|Notes:||aid is assistance or a source of assistance; aide is an assistant|
|Source:||Roget's New Millennium™ Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)|
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And in fact, a "Coadjutor Bishop" is whatever his Bishop will let him be. Recently, a Coadjutor Bishop appointed to a major U.S. Diocese wasn't allowed to do anything and ultimately Rome transferred him to his own diocese before he could succeed the Bishop in the diocese of his first appointment. Archbishop Flynn has requested that a Coadjutor Bishop be appointed for St Paul-Minneapolis to ultimately succeed him when he turns 75 in just about a year. So that problem is not expected here.