Question: What is Epistemophilia?

EPISTEMOPHILIA, noun: an excessive love of knowledge.

How do you use Epistemophilia in a sentence?

His thought was rooted in an epistemophilia that mesmerized him from his earliest encounters with the medium he devoted his life to.

Is Epistemophilia a word?

Epistemophilia (noun) is the love of knowledge; specifically, excessive striving for or preoccupation with knowledge.

What do you call a person who seeks knowledge?

Epistemophile: one who has a love of knowledge; specifically, excessive striving for or preoccupation with knowledge. Philosophile: Similar, but more of an emphasis on learning and philosophy.

What is the meaning of Ultracrepidarian?

An ultracrepidarian is someone who is in the habit of giving advice on matters he himself knows nothing about — like a politician! This Latin word literally means beyond the shoe.

What does Linguaphile mean?

tongue Linguaphile comes from the Latin lingu or lingua, meaning “tongue,” which, in this context, refers to speech and language (as in linguistics, which is the science of language). The word linguaphile is most commonly used to refer to people who are multilingual because of their love for learning languages.

What is the love of learning called?

A philomath (/ˈfɪləmæθ/) is a lover of learning and studying. The term is from Greek philos (φίλος; beloved, loving, as in philosophy or philanthropy) and manthanein, math- (μανθάνειν, μαθ-; to learn, as in polymath).

What is a Logophobia?

Fear of Medical Words (Logophobia)

What is a throttlebottom?

: an innocuously inept and futile person in public office.

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