off Cape Kalekta on NE coast of Unalaska I., Aleutian Islands.
Descriptive name used locally because of the resemblance of the rock to a Russian priest. Captain Lutke (1836, p. 281), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), says: The broken-down cliffs and isolated rocks sometimes take the most fantastic forms; as, for example, the one just in front of Cape Kalekta exactly resembles an old man having his head inclined and his arms crossed on his breast.
Agamgik Bay, Beaver Inlet, Captains Bay, Constantine Bay, Deep Bay, Dutch Harbor, English Bay, Iliuliuk Bay, Iliuliuk Harbor, Kalekta Bay, Malga Bay, Margaret Bay, Morris Cove, Sisek Cove, Strait Bay, Summer Bay, Udamat Bay, Ugadaga Bay, Unalaska Bay, Xatacyan Lagoon,
Agaan Qagangaa, Agamgim Yaga, Brundage Head, Cape Kalekta, Chaluuknam Yaga, Devilfish Point, Erskine Point, Fishermans Point, Obernoi Point, Qawa-chunguxtan, Qigaan-kadaa, Rocky Point, Spithead, Ulakta Head, Uugdagan-yaga,