χρηστομάθεια

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From χρηστομᾰθέω (khrēstomathéō, be desirous for learning), from χρηστός (khrēstós, useful) +‎ μανθάνω (manthánō, learn).

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χρηστομᾰ́θειᾰ (khrēstomátheiaf (genitive χρηστομᾰθείᾱς); first declension

  1. desire for learning
  2. a book containing a summary of useful knowledge or select passages, a vade mecum

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