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medievalist

[ mee-dee-ee-vuh-list, med-ee-, mid-ee-, mid-ee-vuh- ]
/ ˌmi diˈi və lɪst, ˌmɛd i-, ˌmɪd i-, mɪdˈi və- /
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noun

an expert in medieval history, literature, philosophy, etc.
a person who is greatly attracted to the art, culture, spirit, etc., of the Middle Ages.

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Origin of medievalist

First recorded in 1850–55; medieval + -ist

OTHER WORDS FROM medievalist

an·ti·me·di·e·val·ist, noun, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for medievalist

medievalist

mediaevalist

/ (ˌmɛdɪˈiːvəlɪst) /

noun

a student or devotee of the Middle Ages

Derived forms of medievalist

medievalistic or mediaevalistic, adjective
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