What does Collegiate mean?

Definitions for Collegiate
kəˈli dʒɪt, -dʒi ɪtcol·le·giate

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. collegiate, collegialadjective

    of or resembling or typical of a college or college students

    "collegiate living"; "collegiate attitudes"; "collegiate clothes"


  1. collegiatenoun

    A member of a college, a collegian; someone who has received a college education.

  2. collegiatenoun

    A fellow-collegian; a colleague.

  3. collegiateadjective

    Of, or relating to a college, or college students.

  4. collegiateadjective


  5. Etymology: From collegiatus, from collegium

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Collegiateadjective

    Etymology: collegiatus, low Latin.

    I wish that yourselves did well consider how opposite certain of your positions are unto the state of collegiate societies, whereon the two universities consist. Richard Hooker, Pref. sect. 8.

  2. Collegiatenoun

    A member of a college; a man bred in a college; an university man.

    Etymology: from college.

    These are a kind of empiricks in poetry, who have got a receipt to please; and no collegiate like them, for purging the passions. Thomas Rymer, Tragedies of the last Age.


  1. collegiate

    The term "collegiate" refers to anything related to or characteristic of a college or university, particularly in reference to academic institutions, activities, or culture. It can be used to describe academic programs, sports teams, clubs, or events that are associated with college or university settings.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Collegiateadjective

    of or pertaining to a college; as, collegiate studies; a collegiate society

  2. Collegiatenoun

    a member of a college

  3. Etymology: [L. collegiatus.]

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Collegiate in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Collegiate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of Collegiate in a Sentence

  1. Andrew Lincoln:

    The use of protective eyewear is voluntary in practices and non-NFHS-sanctioned competitions, as well as at the collegiate and international levels of play.

  2. Glenda Glover:

    The idea of establishing a collegiate hockey program at Tennessee State University is a tremendous opportunity as the nation's first HBCU to take on this endeavor, this allows us to expand the sport, increase diversity, and introduce a new fan base.

  3. Kasia Sawicka:

    I feel like ever since the [Collegiate Inventor’s Competition] happened, everything has been, ‘the craziest thing just happened.’ I don’t even know where the baseline is.

  4. Dylan Moses:

    It was really for those people out there going through the same thing that I was going through and thinking about giving up and just showing that were human, like everyone who plays football or a professional sport or collegiate sport, were all human. We go through the same things.

  5. University of Kentucky:

    A commitment we make and renew every day at the University of Kentucky is that the success of our students is at the center of everything that we do. But for that sentiment to be more than words, we must always act in ways that honor that commitment — especially when we discover rare instances where those who supervise and guide our students don't meet the standards of integrity we expect of each other. This is one of those times, the University of Kentucky has built the nation's premier collegiate cheerleading program. But regrettably, the integrity of the program has been compromised by inappropriate behavior by some squad members on off-campus trips and by lax oversight by the program's coaches and advisor.

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