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geographer

[ jee-og-ruh-fer ]
/ dʒiˈɒg rə fər /
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noun
a person who specializes in geographical research, delineation, and study.
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Origin of geographer

1535–45; <Late Latin geōgraph(us) (<Greek geōgráphos, equivalent to geō-geo- + gráphos a writer; see -graph) + -er1
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