Internaut



noun

any person well-trained in navigating and using the Internet
Word Origin

Inter(net) + (astro)naut
Usage Note

computing slang

jargon, World-Wide Web
(From “Internet” + “astronaut”) A person who explores the Internet (or “cyberspace”), normally searching for information.
(2002-06-30)

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