magistrand

noun mag·is·trand

Definition of magistrand

plural

-s

Scottish

  1. :  a fourth and final year student in a university who will receive a master of arts degree —used officially at Aberdeen

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Origin and Etymology of magistrand

Medieval Latin magistrandus, gerundive of magistrare to grant a master's degree, from Medieval Latin (artium) magister master of arts — more at master


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