A specialist in a particular branch of study, esp. the humanities; a distinguished academic
a Hebrew scholar
A person who is highly educated or has an aptitude for study
Mr. Bell declares himself no scholar
A student holding a scholarship
a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
learner: someone (especially a child) who learns (as from a teacher) or takes up knowledge or beliefs
a student who holds a scholarship
(scholarly) characteristic of scholars or scholarship; "scholarly pursuits"; "a scholarly treatise"; "a scholarly attitude"
The Scholar is a reality television show broadcast by ABC.
The Scholar is a 1918 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.
(Scholarly) Academia, Acadème, or the Academy are collective terms for the community of students and scholars engaged in higher education and research.
Scholae (Σχολαί) is a Latin word, literally meaning "schools" (from the singular schola, school or group) that was used in the late Roman Empire to signify a unit of Imperial Guards. The unit survived in the Byzantine Empire until the 12th century. ...
(The Scholars (band)) The Scholars were an American band. Like the Nuckle Brothers, No Doubt and Reel Big Fish, they are one of the main founding bands of the Orange County ska scene.
(The Scholars (poem)) "The Scholars" is a poem written by the Irish poet William Butler Yeats. It is included in the 1919 collection The Wild Swans at Coole.
A student; one who studies at school or college; A specialist in a particular branch of knowledge; A learned person; One who educates themself for their whole life
(Scholarly) Pertaining to learning and research. Having to do with an academic setting.
(Scholarly) These magazines present results of research or advanced knowledge in a specific field. They are aimed at specialists and are mainly published by universities, research institutes and learned societies.
(Scholarly) magazines (Specialized magazines for academics in different subjects)
(Scholars) The teachers of gryph society, Scholars are intelligent and commanding, with excellent memories. They may reach 10 feet in length and stand 4 feet at the shoulder.
(Scholars) a learned person; someone who studies something.
(scholars) (in education: Dong (Eastern) Zhou (770–256 bce))
One of the seven essence roles. Scholars seek knowledge, which is their positive pole; their negative pole is theory.
The Assyrian court employed a variety of learned, literate men to advise the king on his relationship with the gods. The scholars TT included astrologers TT , augurs TT , exorcists TT , haruspices TT , lamenters TT , and scribes TT . ...
most often refers to professors, researchers, lecturers, specialists, professional staff, and similar persons in J-1 status who will be involved primarily in academic activities or otherwise employed at Duke, whether on compensatory or non-compensatory payroll.
1) An ornate fossil. 2) A deadly ptomaine that infests all forms of dynamic thought. 3) An impenetrable mass of matter which contains within itself the principle of unchangability. 4) A turtle on whose shell is carved certain hieroglyphic lettering; such as Ph. D., M.D., LL.D. ...
A person who posesses a great deal of knowledge, usually an academic who specializes in a particular subject area.
emphasizes the research and study of poetry
Academic high-flyer recognised by the University or College, usually for achievement of a First Class in their non-final tripos exams.
a child attending school. This term commonly shows up in census records. The child may only be attending school on a part-time basis.