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bibliopole

noun bib·li·o·pole \ˈbi-blē-ə-ˌpōl\

Definition of BIBLIOPOLE

:  a dealer especially in rare or curious books

Variants of BIBLIOPOLE

bib·li·o·pole or bib·li·op·o·list \ˌbi-blē-ˈä-pə-list\

Origin of BIBLIOPOLE

Latin bibliopola bookseller, from Greek bibliopōlēs, from bibli- + pōlein to sell
First Known Use: 1775

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