What do you call a person who loves to learn new things?

  1. Philomath. thefreedictionary a lover of learning a scholar. Collins a person who enjoys learning new facts and acquiring new knowledge.

What do you call someone who likes to learn new things?

A philomath (/ˈfɪləmæθ/) is a lover of learning and studying.

What is the word for learn something new?

to acquire new information to acquire new knowledge
to learn new facts < td> learn something new
update your knowledge learn new skills
new ones develop skills learn new skills

What do you call someone who is curious?

eager to learn or thirsty for knowledge.

What do you call an adventurer?

bold, daredevil, fearless, adventurous, daring, daring, dauntless, courageous, fearless, steadfast, fearless, fearless, brave, brave, heroic, dashing. confident, enterprising. ruthless, ruthless, ruthless. informally bold, bold, cocky, arrogant.

How can I say that I like learning new things?

4 answers. The next word that comes to mind would be receptive or eager. However, for more accuracy, you should say that you are eager to learn new things. You could call them curious.

What is a sophophile?

Sophophile (adj.) A person who enjoys accumulating knowledge, with a greater emphasis on wisdom.

What is a dendrophile?

A person who loves trees, as in Dendrophilia (Paraphilia) …