scholarch

[skol-ahrk]

noun

the head of a school.
the head of a school of philosophy in ancient Athens.

Nearby words

  1. schofield barracks,
  2. schofield, john mcallister,
  3. schola cantorum,
  4. scholar,
  5. scholar's mate,
  6. scholarly,
  7. scholarship,
  8. scholastic,
  9. scholastic aptitude test,
  10. scholasticate

Origin of scholarch

From the Greek word scholárchēs, dating back to 1860–65. See school1, -arch

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