Definition of Minerva-like in English:

Minerva-like

adjective

  • Reminiscent of the goddess Minerva; stately, impressive, wise.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Samuel Brandon (fl. 1598), writer. From Minerva + -like.

Pronunciation

Minerva-like

/mɪˈnəːvəlʌɪk/