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Chiefly in Italian contexts: a learned or lettered person; one engaged in literary pursuits.
Mid 17th century. From Italian letterato, † leterato (also † literato, † litterato) person engaged in literary pursuits, writer, learned person, use as noun of letterato educated, cultured from classical Latin litterātus.
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