Sciolist (noun) (archaic)
A person who pretends to be knowledgeable and well informed.
Early 17th century: from late Latin sciolus (diminutive of Latin scius ‘knowing’, from scire ‘know’) + -ist.
“Journalists are nothing but sciolists.”
“He’s nothing but a sciolist fraud and we’ll get him out of office eventually.”
A pale golden or tan-coloured horse or pony with a white mane and tail, originally bred in the south-western US.
Early 20th century: from Latin American Spanish, from Spanish palomino ‘young pigeon’, from Latin palumbinus ‘resembling a dove’.