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English noun: bookman

1. bookman (person) a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines

Synonymsscholar, scholarly person, student

Broader (hypernym)intellect, intellectual

Narrower (hyponym)academician, alum, alumna, alumnus, Arabist, bibliographer, bibliophile, book lover, booklover, bookworm, Cabalist, doctor, Dr., generalist, goliard, grad, graduate, historian, historiographer, humanist, initiate, Islamist, Kabbalist, learned person, licentiate, Masorete, Masorite, Massorete, master, medieval Schoolman, mujtihad, musicologist, pedant, philomath, philosopher, post doc, postdoc, pundit, reader, Renaissance man, Renaissance man, salutatorian, salutatory speaker, savant, scholastic, scholiast, Schoolman, schoolman, Shakespearean, Shakespearian, Sinologist, theologian, theologiser, theologist, theologizer, valedictorian, valedictory speaker, Vedist

Instance hyponymCrichton, Edmond Malone, Edmund Malone, James Crichton, Lorenzo de'Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificent, Malone, Marcus Terentius Varro, The Admirable Crichton, Varro

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