morosoph

noun
mo·​ro·​soph | \ˈmōrəˌsäf, ˈmȯr-\
variants: or morosophist \ məˈräsəfə̇st \
plural -s

Definition of morosoph 

: a learned fool

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History and Etymology for morosoph

morosoph from obsolete French morosophe, from Greek mōrosophos, from mōros dull, stupid + sophos wise; morosophist from obsolete French morosophe + English -ist

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