Symposiast definition

sĭm-pōzē-ăst, -əst
A participant in a symposium.
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A person participating in a symposium.
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One engaged with others at a banquet or merrymaking.

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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
symposiast
Plural:
symposiasts

Origin of symposiast

  • From the Ancient Greek συμποσιαστής (sumposiastÄ“s, “a fellow-drinker", “a boon-companion"), from συμπόσιον (sumposion), whence symposium.

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