- grammar school,
- grammar-translation method,
- grammatical gender,
- grammatical meaning,
Origin of grammarian
Examples from the Web for grammarian
The grammarian Tyrannion supposedly had 30,000 of them; the physician Serenus Sammonicus is reputed to have had 60,000.
But the grammarian was true to one side only of Browning's philosophy of life.Introduction to Robert Browning|Hiram Corson
(b) No Roman grammarian mentions more than one sound as belonging to g, although they treat of the letters minutely.Latin Pronunciation|Harry Thurston Peck
This epigram may have been added by the first editor of Theocritus, Artemidorus the Grammarian.Theocritus, Bion and Moschus|Theocritus
Wide as Bain's influence has been as a logician, a grammarian and a writer on rhetoric, his reputation rests on his psychology.
In a rather amusing passage he contrasts the kind of use which would be made of a Virgil lesson by a philosopher and a grammarian.Seekers after God|Frederic William Farrar
"student of or writer on (Latin) grammar; philologist, etymologist;" in general use, "learned man," late 14c., from Old French gramairien (Modern French grammairien) "grammarian, wise man, person who knows Latin; magician," agent noun from grammaire (see grammar).