polyhistor definition by Webster's New World
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- polyhistoric adjective
polyhistor definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A person with broad knowledge.
Origin: Latin Polyhistōr, from Greek poluistōr, very learned : polu-, poly- + histōr, learned; see weid- in Indo-European roots.
- polˌy·his·torˈic adjective