Definition of doxographer
: a collector and compiler of extracts from and commentator on ancient Greek philosophers
doxography\däkˈsägrəfē\ noun, plural
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Origin and Etymology of doxographer
modification (influenced by English -grapher) of New Latin doxographus, from doxo- (from Greek doxa opinion) + -graphus writer, from Greek -graphos — more at -graph
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