Origin of bibliographer
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Examples from the Web for bibliographer
All the more important facts have been published in the pages of the Bibliographer.The Book-Hunter in London
But the path of the bibliographer is beset with difficulties.The Works of Lord Byron, Vol. 7.
George Gordon Byron
This catalogue is no mean acquisition to the bibliographer's library.
It is, however, well deserving of a place in the bibliographer's library.
How strangely and how cruelly has the character of a bibliographer been aspersed!
Word Origin and History for bibliographer
1650s, from Greek bibliographos "writer of books, transcriber, copyist," related to bibliographia (see bibliography).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper