Precisian meaning

prĭ-sĭzh'ən
One who is strict and precise in adherence to established rules, forms, or standards, especially with regard to religious observance or moral behavior.
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A Puritan.
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A person who is strict and precise in observing rules or customs, esp. of religion; specif., a 16th- or 17th-cent. English Puritan.
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A religious purist; a Puritan.
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Someone who strictly observes the rules; a pedant or stickler.
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Origin of precisian

  • From precise
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From precise +"Ž -ian.
    From Wiktionary