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Meaning of BEGINNER

Pronunciation:  bi'ginur

 
WordNet Dictionary
 
 Definition: 
  1. [n]  a person who founds or establishes some institution; "George Washington is the father of his country"
  2. [n]  someone new to a field or activity
 

BEGINNER is a 8 letter word that starts with B.

 

 Synonyms: father, founder, founding father, initiate, novice, tiro, tyro
 
 See Also: abecedarian, apprentice, cofounder, coloniser, colonizer, conceiver, cub, entrant, fledgeling, fledgling, foundress, freshman, greenhorn, landlubber, landsman, learner, lubber, mastermind, neophyte, newcomer, originator, prentice, rookie, starter, tenderfoot, trainee, unskilled person

 

 

Webster's 1913 Dictionary
 
 Definition: 
\Be*gin"ner\, n.
One who begins or originates anything. Specifically: A young
or inexperienced practitioner or student; a tyro.

      A sermon of a new beginner.              --Swift.

 
Thesaurus Terms
 
 Related Terms: abecedarian, agent, alphabetarian, ancestors, apprentice, architect, articled clerk, artificer, artist, author, baby, begetter, boot, builder, catalyst, catechumen, causer, colt, conceiver, constructor, craftsman, creator, deb, debutant, designer, deviser, discoverer, effector, engenderer, engineer, entrant, executor, executrix, father, fledgling, founder, freshman, generator, greenhorn, greeny, grower, ignoramus, inaugurator, inductee, industrialist, infant, initiate, initiator, inspirer, instigator, institutor, introducer, inventor, journeyman, learner, maker, manufacturer, master, master craftsman, mother, mover, neophyte, nestling, new boy, newcomer, novice, novitiate, organizer, originator, parent, past master, planner, postulant, precursor, prime mover, primum mobile, probationer, probationist, producer, raiser, raw recruit, realizer, recruit, rookie, shaper, sire, smith, tenderfoot, trainee, tyro, wright
 

 

 

 

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