Grammarian



[gruh-mair-ee-uh n] /grəˈmɛər i ən/

noun
1.
a specialist or expert in grammar.
2.
a person who claims to establish or is reputed to have established standards of usage in a language.
/ɡrəˈmɛərɪən/
noun
1.
a person whose occupation is the study of grammar
2.
the author of a grammar
n.

“student of or writer on (Latin) grammar; philologist, etymologist;” in general use, “learned man,” late 14c., from Old French gramairien (Modern French grammairien) “grammarian, wise man, person who knows Latin; magician,” agent noun from grammaire (see grammar).

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