Definition of Literator. Meaning of Literator. Synonyms of Literator

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Definition of Literator

Literator
Literator Lit"er*a`tor, n. [L. litterator, literator. See Letter.] 1. One who teaches the letters or elements of knowledge; a petty schoolmaster. --Burke. 2. A person devoted to the study of literary trifles, esp. trifles belonging to the literature of a former age. That class of subjects which are interesting to the regular literator or black-letter `` bibliomane,' simply because they have once been interesting. --De Quincey. 3. A learned person; a literatus. --Sir W. Hamilton.

Meaning of Literator from wikipedia

- Literator may refer to several things: A literary person, a Man of Letters A writer, one who writes professionally, sometimes the original French term...
- Literate programming is a programming paradigm introduced by Donald Knuth in which a program is given as an explanation of the program logic in a natural...
- institutions in China. As of 2010[update], 94% of the po****tion over age 15 are literate. In 1949, only 20% of the po****tion could read, compared to 65.5% thirty...
- rate in rural area is two times that in urban areas. Kerala is the most literate state with 93.91% literacy; while Bihar the least with 63.82%. India is...
- A literate environment may include written materials (newspapers, books and posters), electronic and broadcast media (radios and TVs) and information and...
- multi-party system, proportional representation. Voting is compulsory for the literate between 18 and 70 years old and optional for illiterates and those between...
- from Nicholas V, founder of the Vatican Library, to Pius II, humanist and literate, from Sixtus IV, a warrior pope, to Alexander VI, immoral and nepotist...
- within the Singaporean Malay community, with only 17% of all Singaporeans literate in it and only 12% using it as their native language. While Singaporean...
- on local traditions and cults of local deities and is the oldest, non-literate system; Vedic Hinduism based on the earliest layers of the Vedas traceable...
- placed great emphasis on the elimination of illiteracy. People who were literate were automatically hired as teachers.[citation needed] For a short period...
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