paedotribe

noun
pae·do·tribe | \ ˈpēdəˌtrīb \
plural -s

Definition of paedotribe 

: a trainer in gymnastics often represented in ancient Greek art as supervising the exercises of young athletes

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History and Etymology for paedotribe

Greek paidotribēs, from paid- + -tribēs (from tribein to rub)

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