from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A learned person; one acquainted with literature.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A learned man; a man acquainted with literature; -- chiefly used in the plural.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man of letters or erudition; in the plural, literary men in general; the literary class; learned people.
- n. Among foreigners in China the term literati is applied to the scholars and learned men of the country generally, especially to those who have taken one or more degrees, but are not in office and not engaged in trade.
Librarian and children's book literatus Elizabeth Bird reveals these gorgeous illustrations from what looks to be a gorgeous children's book.
His authority and wisdom being immediately established by such adjectives as "discerning" (discretus) and "lettered" (literatus), John claims that he has heard such accusations before, legitimizing a process already underway. 103 It is this combination of intellect and emotion, of learned law expert and mourning mother, of two responses gendered male and female, that, Matthew hints, led to the king's belief in the accusation and to the execution of nineteen Jews.
A man of great culture and a noted literatus, Atticus had a hobby that eventually earned him a lot of money; he published the works of famous Roman authors from Catullus to Cicero and Caesar.
After a time, Chen Shou was recommended as filially pious and incorrupt16 by a powerful admirer, the influential official and literatus
Page view page image: and similar works. 93 The famous second-century literatus Cai Yong seems to have been inspired by Ban's Precepts to write a similar work. 94
Ch ` i State sent an old literatus out to dig herbs in the Horse
On the following day the petty official found the old literatus on the shady side of the city-walls and pierced him.
Lord had private hatred for the old literatus and so purposely assaulted the old literatus and killed him.
There was in Wey an old literatus who was not on good terms with the Lord of Chi-yang.
This species is closely allied to the _M. literatus_ of Brullé; but it differs too much, I think, to be identical with it.