IV. WORDS RELATING TO THE INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES; FORMATION OF IDEAS

V. RESULTS OF REASONING

Scholar.

[Antonyms: ignoramus.]

[Nouns] scholar, connoisseur, savant, pundit, schoolman, professor, graduate, wrangler; academician, academist; master of arts, doctor, licentitate, gownsman; philosopher, master of math; scientist, clerk; sophist, sophister; linguist; glossolinguist, philologist; philologer; lexicographer, glossographer; grammarian; litterateur, literati, dilettanti, illuminati; fellow, Hebraist, lexicologist, mullah, munshi, Sanskritish; sinologist, sinologue; Mezzofanti, admirable Crichton, Mecaenas.

bookworm, helluo librorum; bibliophile, bibliomaniac; bluestocking, bas-bleu; bigwig, learned Theban, don; Artium Baccalaureus, Artium Magister.

learned man, literary man; homo multarum literarum; man of learning, man of letters, man of education, man of genius.

antiquarian, antiquary; archaeologist.

sage (wise man) [more].

pedant, doctrinaire; pedagogue, Dr. Pangloss; pantologist, criminologist.

schoolboy (learner) [more].

[Adjectives] learned [more]; brought up at the feet of Gamaliel.

[Phrases] "he was a scholar and a ripe and good one" [Henry VIII]; "the manifold linguist" [All's Well That Ends Well].

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