Mentor vs Mentorial - What's the difference?

mentor | mentorial |


As a proper noun mentor

is (greek mythology) odysseus's trusted counselor he was assigned the responsibility to raise odysseus's son telemachus, while odysseus was away fighting in troy.

As an adjective mentorial is

of or relating to a mentor.

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mentor

English

Noun

(wikipedia mentor) (en noun)
  • A wise and trusted counselor or teacher
  • Verb

    (en verb)
  • To act as someone's mentor
  • See also

    * coach * nestor * sponsor * Article on the etymology and history of the word “mentor” on languagehat.com

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    mentorial

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Of or relating to a mentor
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