Tirocinium meaning

Schooling, apprenticeship; novitiate.
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Origin of tirocinium

  • From Latin tirocinium (“first military campaign", "raw recruit", "inexperience", "first attempt”), from tīro (“young soldier, recruit”). The word is used in the title of William Cowper's poem on schools ("Tirocinium, or A Review of Schools"; 1784).

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