Dear all teachers,
In the world of English speaking place as the secondary language, someone uses the name – Savantas Policy Institute. And the person in charge said the word Savantas was French. Other said Savant was from French and [as] was the ending of Latin. Can anyone tell me exactly what the exactly meaning of Savantas is. But I know that Caritas is very famous charity organization in the world. It’s all to do with heart. Have they any connection? Thanks in advance.
savant (or savante)
■ noun a learned person.
C18: Fr., lit. 'knowing (person)', pres. participle (used asnoun) of savoir.