emeritus

A soldier having served mandatory time. A veteran.

Emeritus

Emeritus is Latin for from merit
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emeritus

[adj] - honorably retired from assigned duties and retaining your title along with the additional title `emeritus` as in`professor emeritus`
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Emeritus

Soldier having served mandatory time. veteran.
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Emeritus

E·mer'i·tus adjective [ Latin , having served out his time, past participle of emerere , emereri , to obtain by service, serve out one's term; e out + merere , mereri , to merit, earn, serve.] Honorably discharged from the performance of public duty on accoun...
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emeritus

adjective honorably retired from assigned duties and retaining your title along with the additional title `emeritus` as in `professor emeritus`; `retired from assigned duties` need not imply that one is inactive
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Emeritus

• (a.) Honorably discharged from the performance of public duty on account of age, infirmity, or long and faithful services; -- said of an officer of a college or pastor of a church. • (n.) A veteran who has honorably completed his service.
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emeritus

emeritus (s), emeriti (pl) Having served his time. The origin of this word comes from Roman military tradition with the meaning of 'a soldier who has served his time honorably'. Modern usage usually refers to a university officer who is rewarded for faithful service with the position, for example, of 'professor emeritus'. Such a title m...
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Emeritus

Emeritus (s; feminine emerita or emeritus; plural emeriti; abbreviation emer.)` (Latin ēx, `out of`, and meritus, `merit`), in its current usage, is a postpositive adjective used to designate a retired professor, bishop, president, prime minister, or other professional. In some cases the term is conferred automatically upon all persons who r...
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emeritus

denoting the title holder (for example a professor) has retired and retains the title (plus the word 'emeritus') as a mark of having served with distinction - the original meaning derives from soldiers in the Roman army, from the verb 'mereri', to earn
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