noun scho·lar·i·an \skäˈlerēən\

Definition of scholarian



  1. :  a member of the Roman imperial guard

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Origin and Etymology of scholarian

Late Latin scholarius scholarian (from schola ancient Roman association of persons sharing a common interest or profession + Latin -arius -ary) + English -an

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to criticize severely

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