Anthropologist (noun)

A person who studies the science of humankind and human culture, behavior, and societies.

Origin:

Derived from greek words 'anthropos' meaning 'human' and 'logos' meaning 'study of'.

Examples:

  1. Jane Goodall is an renowned anthropologist who has made significant contributions to the field of primatology.
  2. The anthropologist was fascinated by the indigenous tribe's unique customs and traditions.
  3. The department of anthropology at the university has a team of expert anthropologists who are dedicated to their research.
  4. The anthropologist's findings provided new insights into the development of human society.
  5. The field of anthropology offers a range of specializations including social anthropology, cultural anthropology, and physical anthropology.
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