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An expert in or student of onomatology.
Late 17th century; earliest use found in John Edwards (1637–1716), Church of England clergyman. From onomato- + -logist, after Hellenistic Greek ὀνοματολόγος collector of words, person who tells people's names, nomenclator. Compare earlier onomastic.
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