[hi-stawr-ee-uh n, -stohr-] /hɪˈstɔr i ən, -ˈstoʊr-/
an expert in history; authority on history.
a writer of history; chronicler.
a person who writes or studies history, esp one who is an authority on it
mid-15c., from Middle French historien (14c.), from Latin historia (see history). As “writer of history in the higher sense” (distinguished from a mere annalist or chronicler), from 1530s. The Old English word was þeod-wita.
[T]he historian’s fallacy is the error of assuming that a man who has a given historical experience knows it, when he has had it, to be all that a historian would know it to be, with the advantage of historical perspective. [David Hackett Fischer, “Historians’ Fallacies,” 1970]
A source code management system sold by OPCODE, Inc.
[hi-stawr-ee-ey-tid, -stohr-] /hɪˈstɔr iˌeɪ tɪd, -ˈstoʊr-/ adjective 1. (especially of initial letters on an illuminated manuscript) decorated with animals, flowers, or other designs that have a narrative or symbolic purpose. /hɪˈstɔːrɪˌeɪtɪd/ adjective 1. decorated with flowers or animals Also storiated
[hi-stawr-ik, -stor-] /hɪˈstɔr ɪk, -ˈstɒr-/ adjective 1. well-known or important in : a historic building; historic occasions. 2. (defs 1–5). /hɪˈstɒrɪk/ adjective 1. famous or likely to become famous in history; significant 2. a less common word for historical (sense 1), historical (sense 2), historical (sense 3), historical (sense 4), historical (sense 5) 3. (linguistics) […]
noun 1. the genre of literature, film, etc., comprising narratives that take place in the past and are characterized chiefly by an imaginative reconstruction of historical events and personages. 2. works of this genre, as novels and plays. noun a novel set among actual events or a specific period of history; also called historical novel
- Historical-cost accounting
noun 1. a method of accounting that values assets at the original cost. In times of high inflation profits can be overstated Compare current-cost accounting