learning; knowledge acquired by study; the academic attainments of a scholar.
a sum of money or other aid granted to a student, because of merit, need, etc., to pursue his or her studies.
the position or status of such a student.
a foundation to provide financial assistance to students.
academic achievement; erudition; learning
financial aid provided for a scholar because of academic merit
the position of a student who gains this financial aid
(as modifier): a scholarship student
the qualities of a scholar
adjective, Also, scholastical 1. of or relating to schools, scholars, or education: scholastic attainments. 2. of or relating to secondary education or schools: a scholastic meet. 3. pedantic. 4. of or relating to the medieval schoolmen. noun 5. (sometimes initial capital letter) a schoolman, a disciple of the schoolmen, or an adherent of scholasticism. 6. […]
[skuh-las-ti-keyt, -kit] /skəˈlæs tɪˌkeɪt, -kɪt/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a course of study for seminarians, taken prior to their theological studies. 2. a school for this course of study. scholasticate /skəˈlæstɪˌkeɪt; -kɪt/ noun 1. (RC Church) the state of being a scholastic, the period during which a Jesuit student is a scholastic, or an […]
noun 1. an ancient commentator on the classics. 2. a person who writes scholia. noun 1. a medieval annotator, esp of classical texts
noun, plural scholia [skoh-lee-uh] /ˈskoʊ li ə/ (Show IPA) 1. Often, scholia. an explanatory note or comment. an ancient annotation upon a passage in a Greek or Latin text. 2. a note added to illustrate or amplify, as in a mathematical work. noun (pl) -lia (-lɪə) 1. a commentary or annotation, esp on a classical […]