Definition of opsimath in English:

opsimath

Syllabification: op·si·math
Pronunciation: /ˈäpsəˌmaTH
 
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noun

A person who begins to learn or study only late in life.
More example sentences
  • I am proud to call myself an opsimath.

Origin

late 19th century: from Greek opsimathēs, from opse 'late' + the stem math- 'learn'.

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