|Origin:||scholaris, from Late Latin, 'of a school', from Latin schola; SCHOOL1|
an intelligent and well-educated person:
the great Dutch scholar Erasmus
someone who knows a lot about a particular subject, especially one that is not a science subject:
a Shakespearean scholar
someone who has been given a scholarship to study at a school or college:
He was a King's scholar at Eton College.