Literatus

Lit`e*ra"tus

(lt`*r"ts; lt`*r"ts), n.;
pl. Literati (lt`*r"t; lt`*r"t).
[L. litteratus, literatus.] A learned man; a man acquainted with literature; -- chiefly used in the plural.
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Now we are to consider that our bright ideal of a literatus may chance to be maimed.
De Quincey.
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{

-lith

(-lth),

-lite

(-lt). } suff. Combining forms fr. Gr. li`qos a stone; -- used chiefly in naming minerals and rocks.
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