scholastic (adj.)

1590s, "of or pertaining to Scholastic theologians" (Churchmen in the Middle Ages whose theology and philosophy was based on Church Fathers and Aristotle), from French scholastique (14c.), from Latin scholasticus "of a school," from Greek skholastikos "enjoying leisure; devoting one's leisure to learning," hence, as a noun, "a scholar," also in a bad sense, "a pedant; a simpleton," from skhola (see school (n.1)). In English, meaning "pertaining to schools or to school education" is from 1640s. As a noun from 1640s. Related: Scholastical (1530s in the "relating to a school" sense); scholastically.

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Definitions of scholastic from WordNet
scholastic (adj.)
of or relating to schools;
scholastic year
scholastic (adj.)
of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of scholasticism;
scholastic philosophy
scholastic (n.)
a person who pays more attention to formal rules and book learning than they merit;
Synonyms: pedant / bookworm
Scholastic (n.)
a Scholastic philosopher or theologian;