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arithmetician

[ uh-rith-mi-tish-uhn, ar-ith- ]
/ əˌrɪθ mɪˈtɪʃ ən, ˌær ɪθ- /
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noun
an expert in arithmetic.
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Origin of arithmetician

1550–60; <Middle French arithmeticien;see arithmetic, -ian
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