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Words nearby literatus
Definition for literatus (2 of 2)
plural noun, singular lit·e·ra·tus [lit-uh-rah-tuh s,] /ˌlɪt əˈrɑ təs,/.
Origin of literati
Example sentences from the Web for literatus
The literatus who realized this had his own message in mind.Drum Taps|Walt Whitman
The school of the literatus was much better than that of the literator, but it reached only a limited number of the Roman youth.History of Education|Levi Seeley
Huc advolarunt tres viri, duo lanifices, literarum rudes, literatus tertius est.History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, Volume III|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
This species is closely allied to the M. literatus of Brullé; but it differs too much, I think, to be identical with it.