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Definition of "magister" [‖Ma•gis•ter]

  • Master; sir: -- a title of the Middle Ages, given to a person in authority, or to one having a license from a university to teach philosophy and the liberal arts. (noun)
  • The possessor of a master's degree. (noun)

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Use "magister" in a sentence
  • "I've had an e mail ex meus Latin magister of quadraginta annus abhinc quisnam had offendo in meus blog qua EGO had memoratus suus nomen in obduco."
  • "The head of the monastic school was called magister scholœ, capiscola, proscholus, etc."
  • "In other institutions, the official in charge was known as magister, provisor, or rector, this last title being given in Germany to the superior in case he was a priest, while in Italy he was called spedalingo."