mathematician
[ mathuhmuhtishuh n ]
/ ˌmæθ ə məˈtɪʃ ən /

noun
an expert or specialist in mathematics.
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Origin of mathematician
First recorded in 1400–50, mathematician is from the late Middle English word mathematicion. See mathematics, ian
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mathematician
/ (ˌmæθəməˈtɪʃən, ˌmæθmə) /
noun
an expert or specialist in mathematics
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mathematician
early 15c., from Middle French mathematicien, from mathematique, from Latin mathematicus (see mathematic).
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