Definition of phrontistery in English:

phrontistery

Line breaks: phron|tis¦tery
Pronunciation: /ˈfrɒntɪst(ə)ri/

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noun (plural phrontisteries)

archaic
  • A school or other educational institution.

Origin

early 17th century: from Greek phrontistērion, from phrontistēs 'deep thinker', from phrontizein 'be thoughtful', from phrontis 'thought'.

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