mathematician

[math-uh-muh-tish-uhn]
noun
an expert or specialist in mathematics.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English mathematicion. See mathematics, -ian

nonmathematician, noun
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mathematician (ˌmæθəməˈtɪʃən, ˌmæθmə-)
 
n
an expert or specialist in mathematics

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mathematician
mid-15c., from Fr. mathématicien, from L. mathematicus (see mathematic).
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Example sentences
Apparently a good mathematician but seems to be gifted in this direction only.
It was commonly believed, for example, that he was the world's best
  mathematician.
And he's angry at his parents for emphasizing his studies too much and turning
  him into a socially isolated mathematician.
Price was a mathematician, familiar with abstract ideas, and an intellectualist
  in philosophy.
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