Etymology
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practician (n.)

"a practitioner; one who practices (as distinguished from one who theorizes," originally also practitian, c. 1500, from Old French practicien (Modern French praticien), from Late Latin practicus "fit for action," (see practice (v.)). An earlier word was practisour (late 14c.).

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Definitions of practician

practician (n.)
someone who practices a learned profession;
Synonyms: practitioner
From wordnet.princeton.edu