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Stagirite

or Stag·y·rite

[ staj-uh-rahyt ]
/ ˈstædʒ əˌraɪt /
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noun

a native or inhabitant of Stagira.
the Stagirite, Aristotle.

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Origin of Stagirite

1610–20; <Latin Stagīrītēs<Greek Stagīrī́tēs.See Stagira, -ite1

OTHER WORDS FROM Stagirite

Stag·i·rit·ic [staj-uh-rit-ik], /ˌstædʒ əˈrɪt ɪk/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for Stagirite

Stagirite
/ (ˈstædʒɪˌraɪt) /

noun

an inhabitant or native of Stagira
an epithet of Aristotle
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