scholarless

scholar

[skol-er]
noun
1.
a learned or erudite person, especially one who has profound knowledge of a particular subject.
2.
a student; pupil.
3.
a student who has been awarded a scholarship.

Origin:
before 1000; < Late Latin scholāris, equivalent to Latin schol(a) school1 + -āris -ar1; replacing Middle English scoler(e), Old English scolere < Late Latin, as above

scholarless, adjective
nonscholar, noun
nonscholarly, adjective


1. savant. 2. See pupil1.
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scholar (ˈskɒlə)
 
n
1.  a learned person, esp in the humanities
2.  a person, esp a child, who studies; pupil
3.  a student of merit at an educational establishment who receives financial aid, esp from an endowment given for such a purpose
4.  (South African) a school pupil
 
[C14: from Old French escoler, via Late Latin from Latin scholaschool1]
 
'scholarly
 
adj
 
'scholarliness
 
n

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scholar
O.E. scolere "student," from M.L. scholaris, from L.L. scholaris "of a school," from L. schola (see school (1)). The M.L. word widely borrowed, e.g. O.Fr. escoler, Fr. écolier, O.H.G. scuolari, Ger. Schüler. First record of scholarship in sense of "emoluments of a scholar" is 1535.
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