Definition of philomathic in US English:

philomathic

adjective

historical
  • Of, belonging to, or consisting of philomaths; relating or devoted to mathematics, natural philosophy, etc.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in The Monthly Magazine and British Register. From French philomatique from ancient Greek ϕιλομάθεια, ϕιλομαθία love of learning + French -ique.

Pronunciation

philomathic

/ˌfɪləˈmaθɪk/