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ped·a·gogue

 (pĕd′ə-gŏg′, -gôg′)
n.
1. A schoolteacher; an educator.
2. One who instructs in a pedantic or dogmatic manner.

[Middle English pedagoge, from Old French, from Latin paedagōgus, slave who supervised children and took them to and from school, from Greek paidagōgos : paido-, boy; see pedo-1 + agōgos, leader (from agein, to lead; see ag- in Indo-European roots).]

ped′a·gogu′ish adj.

pedagogue

(ˈpɛdəˌɡɒɡ) or

pedagog

n
1. (Education) a teacher or educator
2. (Education) a pedantic or dogmatic teacher
[C14: from Latin paedagōgus, from Greek paidagōgos slave who looked after his master's son, from pais boy + agōgos leader]
ˌpedaˈgogic, ˌpedaˈgogical adj
ˌpedaˈgogically adv
ˈpedaˌgogism, ˈpedaˌgoguism n

ped•a•gogue

or ped•a•gog

(ˈpɛd əˌgɒg, -ˌgɔg)

n.
1. a teacher; schoolteacher.
2. a person who is pedantic, dogmatic, and formal.
[1350–1400; Middle English pedagoge < Latin paedagōgus < Greek paidagōgós a boy's tutor. See ped-, -agogue]
ped′a•gogu`ism, n.

pedagogue

- A Roman slave who took children to school and on outings, but also taught them—from Greek ped, "child," and agein, "to lead."
See also related terms for taught.

pedagogue

A teacher, often one who is considered dogmatic or pedantic.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pedagogue - someone who educates young peoplepedagogue - someone who educates young people  
academic, faculty member, academician - an educator who works at a college or university
lecturer, lector, reader - a public lecturer at certain universities
head teacher, school principal, principal, head - the educator who has executive authority for a school; "she sent unruly pupils to see the principal"
professional, professional person - a person engaged in one of the learned professions
schoolmaster - any person (or institution) who acts as an educator
instructor, teacher - a person whose occupation is teaching

pedagogue

noun teacher, instructor, educator, pedant, dominie (Scot.), dogmatist, master or mistress, schoolmaster or schoolmistress My grandfather was a born pedagogue; it gave him great pleasure to impart information.

pedagogue

noun
One who educates:
Translations
pædagog
pedagogpedagoginja
pedagógus

pedagogue

pedagog (US) [ˈpedəgɒg] Npedagogo/a m/f

pedagogue

n (= pedant)Schulmeister(in) m(f); (form: = teacher) → Pädagoge m, → Pädagogin f

pedagogue

[ˈpɛdəˌgɒg] npedagogo/a
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