logician

[loh-jish-uh n]
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Origin of logician

1350–1400; logic + -ian; replacing Middle English logicien < Middle French
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Related Words for logician

philosopher, sophist, syllogist

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British Dictionary definitions for logician

logician

noun
  1. a person who specializes in or is skilled at logic
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Word Origin and History for logician
n.

"person skilled in logic," late 14c., from Old French logicien (13c.), from logique (see logic).

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