fantast vs futurist what difference

what is difference between fantast and futurist

English

Noun

fantast (plural fantasts)

  1. (archaic) One whose manners or ideas are fantastic and fanciful.
    • 1804, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, notes on Thomas Browne’s Vulgar Errors
      He is indeed all this; and what he has more than all this peculiar to himself, I seem to convey to my own mind in some measure by saying, — that he is a quiet and sublime enthusiast with a strong tinge of the fantast, — the humourist constantly mingling with, and flashing across, the philosopher, as the darting colours in shot silk play upon the main dye.

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Dutch

Pronunciation

Noun

fantast m or f (plural fantasten, diminutive fantastje n)

  1. a fantasizer, dreamer

Related terms

  • fantasie, fantastisch

Descendants

  • Negerhollands: fantast


English

Etymology

future +‎ -ist

Noun

futurist (plural futurists)

  1. (art) An adherent to the principles of the artistic movement of futurism.
  2. One who studies and predicts possible futures.
    Synonym: futurologist

Derived terms

  • Afrofuturist

Translations

Adjective

futurist (comparative more futurist, superlative most futurist)

  1. In the style of futurism.
    Synonym: futuristic
    • 2016, Eduardo Ledesma, Radical Poetry: Aesthetics, Politics, Technology, and the Ibero-American Avant-Gardes, 1900-2015, SUNY Press (→ISBN), page 126:
      Salvat took to heart what Marinetti was provocatively clamoring: “Futurist poetry, having already destroyed traditional metrics and created free verse, now destroys the Latin period and its syntax. Futurist poetry is a spontaneous uninterrupted flow of analogies, each synthesized in an essential noun”.

Related terms

  • futurism
  • futuristic

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Further reading

  • futurist on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
  • futurism (disambiguation) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

Romanian

Etymology

From French futuriste or Italian futurista.

Noun

futurist m (plural futuriști)

  1. futurist

Declension


Serbo-Croatian

Alternative forms

  • (Bosnia, Serbia): futùrista

Etymology

From fùtūr.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /futǔrist/
  • Hyphenation: fu‧tu‧rist

Noun

futùrist m (Cyrillic spelling футу̀рист)

  1. futurist

Declension

References

  • “futurist” in Hrvatski jezični portal

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