What does collegiate mean?

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

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. collegiate, collegial(adj)

    of or resembling or typical of a college or college students

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


  1. collegiate(Noun)

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

    Etymology: From collegiatus, from collegium

  2. collegiate(Noun)

    A fellow-collegian; a colleague.

    Etymology: From collegiatus, from collegium

  3. collegiate(Adjective)

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

    Etymology: From collegiatus, from collegium

  4. collegiate(Adjective)


    Etymology: From collegiatus, from collegium

Webster Dictionary

  1. Collegiate(adj)

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

    Etymology: [L. collegiatus.]

  2. Collegiate(noun)

    a member of a college

    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. John Lasker:

    As universities continue to grow their esports programs at the varsity, non-varsity and club levels, we're proud to be providing a platform for national exposure and recognition of some of the most talented players in the collegiate space.

  2. Jimmy Lake:

    Eason wrote in a social mediapost announcing his decision. Eason was a five-star recruit out of nearby Lake Stevens, Washington, who opted to go across the country to play at Georgia. He started as a freshman for the Bulldogs but lost the job to Jake Fromm during his sophomore season after suffering an injury in the season opener. Eason sat out the 2018 season after transferring to Washington and beat out Jake Haener for the starting job during fall camp. Eason completed 64.2% of his passes and had standout games early in the season against Eastern Washington, BYU and Arizona. His best game may have come in a loss to Oregon, in which Eason was 23 of 30 for 289 yards and three touchdowns. Eason has the prototypes of an NFL quarterback, standing 6-foot-5 with one of the strongest arms in college. But issues with consistency popped up during his collegiate career. We wish Jacob nothing but the best.

  3. 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.

  4. Steven Broglio:

    Time away from school or sports should be managed on a case by case basis, overall, many clinicians, athletes, coaches, and parents at both the high school and collegiate levels are fairly savvy about common clinical management recommendations these days, which represents a huge change from just a few years ago when there was a lot more variability in awareness about concussion and its management.

  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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