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appositive in grammar, a word, phrase, or clause that functions as a noun and is placed, without a conjunction, immediately after a noun or noun equivalent that refers to the same person, place, or thing, such as "a devoted scholar" in "my mother, a devoted scholar". [1/2 definitions]
divine a religious scholar or clergyman. [1/12 definitions]
Festschrift (sometimes l.c.) a publication of writings or essays done by friends, colleagues, or admirers as a tribute to a scholar.
harmonist a scholar who studies and arranges parallel passages, as of the Bible, to show similarities and differences. [1/2 definitions]
humanist a scholar or student of the humanities. [1/3 definitions]
imam a Muslim scholar and interpreter of the Koran. [1/3 definitions]
Latinist a scholar of Latin.
magisterial of the nature of an intellectual master or authority such as a professor or scholar. [1/2 definitions]
man of letters a man whose occupation or avocation is in literature, esp. as a writer, critic, scholar, or translator.
medievalist a student or scholar of some aspect of medieval culture such as philosophy or art. [1/2 definitions]
mirza a distinguished title following the name of a Persian prince or preceding that of a high government official or distinguished scholar.
rabbi a scholar well-versed in or qualified to interpret Jewish law or doctrine. [2/3 definitions]
savant a person of deep learning; scholar. [1/2 definitions]
scholarly of or appropriate to a scholar.
Shakespearean a scholar, actor, or the like who specializes in the works of Shakespeare. [1/2 definitions]
Shavian a scholar or the like who specializes in the work of George Bernard Shaw. [1/2 definitions]
Talmudist one who is versed in or a student of the teachings in the Talmud; Talmudic scholar. [1/2 definitions]