[skool-mas-ter, -mah-ster] /ˈskulˌmæs tər, -ˌmɑ stər/
a man who presides over or teaches in a school.
anything that teaches or directs:
Life can be a harsh schoolmaster.
a snapper, Lutjanus apodus, a food fish found in Florida, the West Indies, etc.
verb (used with or without object)
to teach or direct in the capacity of schoolmaster.
a man who teaches in or runs a school
a person or thing that acts as an instructor
a food fish, Lutjanus apodus, of the warm waters of the Caribbean and Atlantic: family Lutjanidae (snappers)
to be a schoolmaster
the law so designated by Paul (Gal. 3:24, 25). As so used, the word does not mean teacher, but pedagogue (shortened into the modern page), i.e., one who was intrusted with the supervision of a family, taking them to and from the school, being responsible for their safety and manners. Hence the pedagogue was stern and severe in his discipline. Thus the law was a pedagogue to the Jews, with a view to Christ, i.e., to prepare for faith in Christ by producing convictions of guilt and helplessness. The office of the pedagogue ceased when “faith came”, i.e., the object of that faith, the seed, which is Christ.
noun 1. a companion or associate at school. noun 1. a companion at school; fellow pupil
- School milk
noun 1. (social welfare) (formerly, in Britain) a third of a pint of milk, originally provided free by the local education authority to all young pupils, then later given only to children who passed a needs or means test
[skool-mis-tris] /ˈskulˌmɪs trɪs/ noun 1. a woman who presides over or teaches in a school. schoolmistress /ˈskuːlˌmɪstrɪs/ noun 1. a woman who teaches in or runs a school
- School of arts
noun 1. (Austral) a public building in a small town, originally one used for adult education