unarchitected

architect

[ahr-ki-tekt]
noun
1.
a person who engages in the profession of architecture.
2.
a person professionally engaged in the design of certain large constructions other than buildings and the like: landscape architect; naval architect.
3.
the deviser, maker, or creator of anything: the architects of the constitution of the United States.
verb (used with object)
4.
to plan, organize, or structure as an architect: The house is well architected.

Origin:
1555–65; < Latin architectus < Greek architéktōn, equivalent to Greek archi- archi- + tektōn builder, craftsman

subarchitect, noun
unarchitected, adjective
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architect (ˈɑːkɪˌtɛkt)
 
n
1.  a person qualified to design buildings and to superintend their erection
2.  a person similarly qualified in another form of construction: a naval architect
3.  any planner or creator: the architect of the expedition
 
vb
4.  (tr) to plan or create (something, esp a computer system)
 
[C16: from French architecte, from Latin architectus, from Greek arkhitektōn director of works, from archi- + tektōn workman; related to tekhnē art, skill]

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architect
1560s, from M.Fr. architecte, from L. architectus, from Gk. arkhitekton "master builder," from arkhi- "chief" (see archon) + tekton "builder, carpenter" (see texture).
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