Part of speech:
A learned person in India; someone with knowledge of Sanskrit, philosophy, religion and law; a Hindu scholar. [from 17th c.]
A very wise person; esp., an elderly man, widely respected for his wisdom, experience, and judgment
An attentive observer:
The definition of a savant is a scholar or learned person.
Any person claiming or assumed to be especially skilled or experienced in some art, sport, etc.
A teacher or scholar at a college or university
(Mormonism) The second highest office in the Aaronic priesthood, held by priesthood holders of at least the age of 14.
A practitioner of alternative medicine or folk medicine who does not have traditional medical credentials.
A person of great or varied learning.
A boy attending school
A girl attending school
A person who studies or is an expert in philosophy
Power assigned to another; authorization:
A literary man; man of letters
An expert in humanistic studies
A member of the intelligentsia
One whose activities make use of the scientific method to answer questions regarding the measurable universe. A scientist may be involved in original research, or make use of the results of the research of others.
The definition of erudite is someone who has wide range of knowledge and is well-read.
Acquired by learning or experience:
Devoted to learning; studious
A man whose work is making, publishing, or selling books
The definition of bookworm is someone who spends a lot of time reading or studying.
The primary director or planner, as of an organization or movement.
An active adherent, as of a movement or philosophy.
One who ostentatiously exhibits academic knowledge or who pays undue attention to minor details or formal rules.
An astrologer or predictor.
A person, esp. a young person, under the supervision of a teacher or tutor, as in school
Method or manner of doing; way:
In algae, a filament of cells involved with photosynthesis, usually full of chloroplasts
Those persons regarded as, or regarding themselves as, the educated and enlightened class; intellectuals collectively
The literary intelligentsia.
a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
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