Baccalarius

The Latin term for a graduate of a university who had not achieved his doctorate; he was a bachelor. The word was used also of lowly clerics and young novices in arms.

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  • bachelier — bachelier, ière [ baʃəlje, jɛr ] n. • XIVe; bachelor 1080; lat. pop. °baccalaris, d o. gaul. 1 ♦ N. m. Sous la féodalité, Jeune gentilhomme qui aspirait à devenir chevalier. Par ext. Vx Jeune homme. 2 ♦ N. m. Vx Celui qui, dans la faculté de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • baccalauréat — [ bakalɔrea ] n. m. • 1680; lat. médiév. baccalaureatus, de baccalaureus, altér. de baccalarius « bachelier », rapproché de bacca laurea « baie de laurier » 1 ♦ Grade universitaire conféré à la suite d examens qui terminent les études… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Баккалавр — (нов. лат. Baccalarius, франц. Bachelier, прованс. Bacular, англ. Bachelor, итал. Bacceliere, исп. Bachiller и порт. Bacharel) термин, употребляемый в Западной Европе в наше время в смысле низшего академического звания. Происхождение этого слова… …   Энциклопедический словарь Ф.А. Брокгауза и И.А. Ефрона

  • Bachelor — This article is about the term for an unmarried man. For other uses, see Bachelor (disambiguation). A bachelor is a man above the age of majority who has never been married (see single person). Unlike his female counterpart, the spinster, a… …   Wikipedia

  • Pallas Spangel — Titelseite der gedruckten Trauerrede Pallas Spangels auf Kurfürstin Margarete, 1501 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Petrus Seehausen — (auch Sehusen oder Zehusen; * in Leipzig; † 1464 in Altenburg[1]) war Notar und Kleriker der Diözese Merseburg. Ab dem Wintersemester 1422 studierte er an der Universität Leipzig. Er erwarb mehrere akademische Grade, seinen Baccalarius (1428),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Backfisch — Sm erw. obs. (16. Jh.) Stammwort. Zunächst für junge Studenten, dann für halbwüchsige Mädchen gebraucht. Junge Fische, die schon zu groß sind, um wieder ins Wasser geworfen zu werden, eignen sich nur zum Backen oder Braten deshalb könnte es sich… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Baccalaureate — Bac ca*lau re*ate, n. [NL. baccalaureatus, fr. LL. baccalaureus a bachelor of arts, fr. baccalarius, but as if fr. L. bacca lauri bayberry, from the practice of the bachelor s wearing a garland of bayberries. See {Bachelor}.] 1. The degree of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bachelor — Bach e*lor (b[a^]ch [ e]*l[ e]r), n. [OF. bacheler young man, F. bachelier (cf. Pr. bacalar, Sp. bachiller, Pg. bacharel, It. baccalare), LL. baccalarius the tenant of a kind of farm called baccalaria, a soldier not old or rich enough to lead his …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pomoxys annularis — Bachelor Bach e*lor (b[a^]ch [ e]*l[ e]r), n. [OF. bacheler young man, F. bachelier (cf. Pr. bacalar, Sp. bachiller, Pg. bacharel, It. baccalare), LL. baccalarius the tenant of a kind of farm called baccalaria, a soldier not old or rich enough to …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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