Complete Definition of "amanuensis"

was wotd|2006|March|12
English

Etymology
From L. amanuensis#Latin|amanuensis

Pronunciation
AHD|É-mÄn'yoÍo-ÄnʹsÄ­s
Hyphenation: amanuâ¢enâ¢sis

Noun
en-noun|amanuenses

#One employed to take dictation, or copy manuscripts
#A clerk, secretary or stenographer
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Translations
trans-top|one employed to take dictation
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trans-top|a clerk, secretary or stenographer
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ttbc|German: Sekretär/Sekretärin m/f, Schreiber m
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ttbc|Japanese: æ¸è¨ï¼ããã, syokiï¼
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Latin
Noun
amanuensis (plural amanuenses)

  1. secretary, clerk

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