archivist

[ ahr-kuh-vist, -kahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF archivist

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He was also archivist and then librarian of the city of Frankfort.

This from a man whose working powers astonished the old Dutch archivist, Groen van Prinsterer, means a good deal.

The French, too, have invented a profession unknown in England—that of archivist.

When the leaden coffin was soldered, six seals were placed upon it, five by cardinals, and one by the archivist.

On the morrow, about noontide, Camus the Archivist is busy 'verifying their powers;' several hundreds of them already here.

As archivist of Antwerp he made use of his opportunities by writing a history of Flemish letters.

(corresponding and recording secretaries) and the Archivist, who had charge of the archives.

WORD ORIGIN

1753, from Medieval Latin or Italian archivista or French archiviste (see archives).

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