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The name “Philomath” means the lover of knowledge or more appropriately the seeker of knowledge.

from wikipedia: A philomath (/ˈfɪlɵmæθ/; Greek: φίλος philos (“beloved,” “loving,” as in philosophy or philanthropy) + Greek μανθάνειν manthanein, math– (“to learn,” as in polymath) is a lover of learning. Philomathy is similar to, but distinguished from, philosophy in that “soph,” the latter suffix, specifies “wisdom” or “knowledge“, rather than the process of acquisition thereof.