or cab·a·list

[ kab-uh-list ]

  1. a student of or expert in the kabbalah.

  2. a person who is well-versed or highly skilled in obscure or esoteric matters.

Origin of kabbalist

First recorded in 1525–35; from Medieval Latin cabbalista, equivalent to cabbalakabbalah + Latin -ista -ist
  • Also cab·ba·list, kab·a·list .

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