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Derived from the French word "Pontife" or from the Latin "Pontifex", a title used for high priests of the Roman Republic, with a literal meaning of "bridge-builder".
And Pontiff, pretty Pontiff, can anyone shake your hand?
Or is it just that you like uniforms and someone kissing your hand?
-Radiohead, "Good Evening Mr. Waldheim"
by breakhisneck June 29, 2009
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A word currently used to describe the Pope.
Good Yontiff, Pontiff! (Sacks, 2013)
by Bits of Fry and Bits of Laurie January 21, 2015
big queer who sits at home at plays Socom 2
mark nielson is a huge pontiff
by ryan cruze March 10, 2004

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