noun, plural bib·li·o·the·cas, bib·li·o·the·cae [bib-lee-uh-thee-kee]. /ˌbɪb li əˈθi ki/.
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Origin of bibliotheca
OTHER WORDS FROM bibliothecabib·li·o·the·cal, adjective
Words nearby bibliotheca
Example sentences from the Web for bibliotheca
Lysander has not drawn too strong an outline in his picture of the Bibliotheca Wrightiana.
We will now make handsome mention of the Bibliotheca Woodhousiana.
So the list was kept, but the identifying title at the head of the list was crossed out except for its opening word Bibliotheca.The Library of William Congreve|John C. Hodges
The most important authors have also appeared in the Bibliotheca Teubneriana.
Lists of books issued by a famous publisher are of course within the scope of the Bibliotheca bibliographica.A History of Bibliographies of Bibliographies|Archer Taylor