acroamatic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ἀκροαματικός ‎(akroamatikós, for hearing only) from ἀκροάομαι ‎(akroáomai, listen)

Adjective[edit]

acroamatic ‎(comparative more acroamatic, superlative most acroamatic)

  1. Of or related to esoteric knowledge transmitted orally, particularly (historical) applied to the teachings of Aristotle intended only for his disciples as opposed to the exoteric doctrines declaimed in public.
  2. Of or related to lectures.

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