annalist


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an·nal·ist

 (ăn′ə-lĭst)
n.
One who writes annals; a chronicler.

an•nal•ist

(ˈæn l ɪst)

n.
a writer of annals; historian.
[1605–15; annal (s) + -ist]
an`nal•is′tic, adj.
an`nal•is′ti•cal•ly, adv.

annalist

one who chronicles yearly events; a writer of annals.
See also: History
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.annalist - a historian who writes annals
historian, historiographer - a person who is an authority on history and who studies it and writes about it
Translations

annalist

[ˈænəlɪst] Nanalista mf, cronista mf

annalist

nChronist(in) m(f), → Geschichtsschreiber(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
and had cut no figure in that revolt of 1463, which the annalists register gravely, under the title of "The sixth trouble of the University.
In the slight sketch here attempted, the facts, recorded on the grave pages of our New England annalists, have wrought themselves, almost spontaneously, into a sort of allegory.
The medieval chroniclers were mostly mere annalists, brief mechanical recorders of external events, and the few more philosophic historians of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries do not attain the first rank.
In a pause contrived under the date of 1323, the annalist states that, at this time, thirteen admirable men succeeded each other in the rulers' service.
The first chapter, "The Bog Itself," begins with a nonliterary text, the annalist and statistician Arthur Young's Tour in Ireland .
Traditional criticism of "Cynewulf and Cyneheard" has been content to keep the woman at Merton where the annalist left her, in the margins of a story about men.
Although the annalist wrote down the story of Cynewulf and Cyneheard during the late Anglo-Saxon period and, therefore, was probably familiar with terms such as unrihtwif and unrihthaemed [unlawful wife (and) illicit intercourse], he did not choose to use them when he wrote of the woman at Merton.
was the best blower award to Mohammad Zahid, Performance Annalist SSGC Asim Hussain was presented best fielder award to Sadiq Ali.
They furthermore shed light on Mullock as the first professional annalist of the Catholic Church in Newfoundland and a general historian of the island whose methodology was fundamentally shaped by nineteenth-century British historiography.
One of the most important was the concept of T ransference (Ubertragung), presented in 1895 (10), which designates the fact that the patient transfers to the annalist feelings they have or had related to other people in their life.
Equal parts cultural observer and annalist, he came to prominence in the early 1990s for his snapshot depictions of ravers in London and Berlin that were published in off-kilter fashion magazines like i-D and Index.
But he also adds that if people voluntarily wish to make an offering that is quite fine: ni maith gan a dtabhairt, note the present tense, the annalist coyly making use of a double negative just so that his willingness to accept does not appear too strident.