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philosopher

τύμβος, ὦ νυμφεῖον, ὦ κατασκαφής οἴκησις αἰείφρουρος, οἷ πορεύομαι πρὸς τοὺς ἐμαυτῆς -> Tomb, bridal chamber, eternal prison in the caverned rock, whither I go to find mine own.
Sophocles, Antigone, 883

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substantive

Use adj., P. and V. σοφός, P. φιλόσοφος.

Translations

Arabic: فَيْلَسُوف‎; Aragonese: filosofo; Armenian: փիլիսոփա; Asturian: filósofu; Azerbaijani: filosof; Bavarian: Philosoph; Belarusian: філо́саф; Bulgarian: филосо́ф; Catalan: filòsof, filòsofa; Chinese Mandarin: 哲學家, 哲学家; Coptic: ⲫⲓⲗⲟⲥⲟⲫⲟⲥ; Crimean Tatar: felsefeci; Czech: filozof, mudrc; Danish: filosof; Dutch: filosoof, filosofe, wijsgeer; Esperanto: filozofo; Estonian: filosoof; Faroese: heimspekingur; Finnish: filosofi; French: philosophe; Galician: filósofa, filósofo; Georgian: ფილოსოფოსი; German: Philosoph, Philosophin; Greek: φιλόσοφος; Ancient Greek: φιλόσοφος; Haitian Creole: filozòf; Hebrew: פילוסוף‎; Hungarian: filozófus; Icelandic: heimspekingur; Indonesian: filsuf; Interlingua: philosopho; Irish: fealsamh; Old Irish: felsub; Middle Irish: fellsam; Italian: filosofo; Japanese: 哲学者; Kashubian: filozofka, filozof; Kazakh: пәлсапашы, философ; Khmer: អ្នកទស្សនៈ, ទស្សនវិទូ; Korean: 철학자; Latin: philosophus; Luxembourgish: Philosoph; Macedonian: филосо́ф, филозо́ф; Malay: ahli falsafah, ahli fikir, filsuf; Maltese: filosfu, filosfa; Norwegian Bokmål: filosof; Nynorsk: filosof; Occitan: filosòfa, filosòf; Old Church Slavonic: философъ; Old English: ūþwita; Persian: فیلسوف‎; Polish: filozofka, filozof, mędrzec; Portuguese: filósofo, filósofa; Quechua: yachay wayllukuq; Romanian: filozof, filozoafă; Russian: фило́соф; Scottish Gaelic: feallsanach; Serbo-Croatian: filozof, filozofkinja; Slovene: filozof; Spanish: filósofo, filósofa; Swahili: mwanafalsafa; Swedish: filosof; Tagalog: batnayanon; Tajik: файласуф; Thai: นักปราชญ์, นักปรัชญา; Tocharian B: pälskauca; Turkish: felsefeci, filozof; Ukrainian: філо́соф; Upper Sorbian: filozofka, filozof; Uzbek: faylasuf; Volapük: filosopan, hifilosopan, jifilosopan; Walloon: filozofe; West Frisian: filosoof, wiisgear