Savant

A person with exceptional ability in a specific skill, often artistic, mathematical or musical, who seems intuitively to 'know' but is unaware of thinking strategies. Savants often display flattened emotions and little creativity.

Savant

• (a.) A man of learning; one versed in literature or science; a person eminent for acquirements.
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Savant

Sa`vant' noun ; plural Savants (F. ...; E. ...). [ French, from savoir to know, Latin sapere . See Sage , adjective ] A man of learning; one versed in literature or science; a person eminent for acquirements.
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savant

a learned person
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savant

a learned person
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savant

person of great learning 
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savant

savant 1. A person of profound or extensive learning; a scholar. 2. From savant 'a learned man', a noun use of the adjective form savant 'learned, knowing', from Latin sapere 'to be wise'. A savant is a person who is considered to be well versed in literature or science, often with an exceptional skill in a specialized field of learning. When one...
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