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pedagogue

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ped=a=gogue

CIDE DICTIONARY

pedagoguen. [F. pédagogue, L. paedagogus, Gr. paidagwgo`s; pai^s, paido`s, a boy + 'a`gein to lead, guide; cf. 'agwgo`s leading. See Page a servant, Agent.].
  •  A slave who led his master's children to school, and had the charge of them generally.  [1913 Webster]
  •  A teacher of children; one whose occupation is to teach the young; a schoolmaster.  [1913 Webster]
  •  One who by teaching has become formal, positive, or pedantic in his ways; one who has the manner of a schoolmaster; a pedant.  Goldsmith.  [1913 Webster]
pedagoguev. t. [Cf. L. paedagogare to instruct.].
     To play the pedagogue toward.  Prior.  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

pedagogue, n. archaic or derog. a schoolmaster; a teacher.

Derivative
pedagogic adj. pedagogical adj. pedagogically adv. pedagogism n. (also pedagoguism).
Etymology
ME f. L paedagogus f. Gk paidagogos f. pais paidos boy + agogos guide

THESAURUS

pedagogue

abecedarian, certified teacher, docent, doctor, dominie, don, educationist, educator, fellow, guide, guru, instructor, maestro, master, melamed, mentor, mullah, pandit, pedagogist, preceptor, professor, pundit, rabbi, schoolkeeper, schoolmaster, schoolteacher, starets, teacher

ROGET THESAURUS

pedagogue

Affectation

N affectation, affectedness, acting a part, pretense boasting, charlatanism, quackery, shallow profundity, pretension, airs, pedantry, purism, precisianism, euphuism, teratology, mannerism, simagree, grimace, conceit, foppery, dandyism, man millinery, coxcombry, puppyism, stiffness, formality, buckram, prudery, demureness, coquetry, mock modesty, minauderie, sentimentalism, mauvais honte, false shame, affector, performer, actor, pedant, pedagogue, doctrinaire, purist, euphuist, mannerist, grimacier, lump of affectation, precieuse ridicule, bas bleu, blue stocking, poetaster, prig, charlatan, petit maitre, flatterer, coquette, prude, puritan, affected, full of affectation, pretentious, pedantic, stilted, stagy, theatrical, big-sounding, ad captandum, canting, insincere, not natural, unnatural, self-conscious, maniere, artificial, overwrought, overdone, overacted, euphuist, stiff, starch, formal, prim, smug, demure, tire a quatre epingles, quakerish, puritanical, prudish, pragmatical, priggish, conceited, coxcomical, foppish, dandified, finical, finikin, mincing, simpering, namby-pamby, sentimental, conceit in weakest bodies strongest works.

Scholar

N scholar, connoisseur, savant, pundit, schoolman, professor, graduate, wrangler, academician, academist, master of arts, doctor, licentitate, gownsman, philosopher, master of math, scientist, clerk, sophist, sophister, linguist, glossolinguist, philologist, philologer, lexicographer, glossographer, grammarian, litterateur, literati, dilettanti, illuminati, cogniscenti, fellow, Hebraist, lexicologist, mullah, munshi, Sanskritish, sinologist, sinologue, Mezzofanti, admirable Crichton, Mecaenas, bookworm, helluo librorum, bibliophile, bibliomaniac, bluestocking, bas-bleu, bigwig, learned Theban, don, Artium Baccalaureus, Artium Magister, learned man, literary man, homo multarum literarum, man of learning, man of letters, man of education, man of genius, antiquarian, antiquary, archaeologist, sage, pedant, doctrinaire, pedagogue, Dr, Pangloss, pantologist, criminologist, schoolboy, learned, brought up at the feet of Gamaliel, he was a scholar and a ripe and good one, the manifold linguist.

Teacher

N teacher, trainer, instructor, institutor, master, tutor, director, Corypheus, dry nurse, coach, grinder, crammer, don, governor, bear leader, governess, duenna, disciplinarian, professor, lecturer, reader, prelector, prolocutor, preacher, chalk talker, khoja, pastor, schoolmaster, dominie, usher, pedagogue, abecedarian, schoolmistress, dame, monitor, pupil teacher, expositor, preceptor, guide, guru, mentor, pioneer, apostle, missionary, propagandist, munshi, example, professorship, tutelage, professorial, qui doet discet.


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