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polymath

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Etymology

First attested in 1806. From Ancient Greek πολυμαθής (polumathēs), having learned much) from πολύς (polus), much) + μανθάνω (manthanō), I learn).

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polymath

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  1. A person with extraordinarily broad and comprehensive knowledge.

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