practician

noun prac·ti·cian \prakˈtishən\

Definition of practician

plural

-s

  1. :  one acquainted or skilled by practice :  a practiced or practical person; also :  practitioner

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Origin and Etymology of practician

alteration (influenced by practic) of Middle English (Scots dialect) praticiane, from Middle French praticien, from pratique practice + -ien -ian — more at practic


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