If you don't already know, here are the words and their meanings that you should know!

Bibliokleptomania (Bib-li-o-klep-to-mania)

1. a kleptomania specializing in books; a person that steals books.
2. the motivations of a biblioklept - bibliokleptomaniac, n.

Bibliophile (bib-li-o-phile)

1. A lover of books.
2. A collector of books.

Bibliophobia (Bib-li-o-pho-bi-a)

1. A dread of books.

bibliotaphy (Bib-li-o-ta-phy)

the hoarding or hiding of books, often under lock and key. - bibliotaph. n. - bibliotaphic, adj.

Bookman (book-man)

n., pl. -men
1. a person whose occupation is creating, selling or publishing books.
2. a studious or learned person; scholar.

Booktag (book-tag)

A book-related hashtag.

BookTuber (book-tu-ber)

Someone on YouTube that makes videos related to books - usu. YA novels. BookTubers usu. make videos such as book reviews, book hauls, book discussions, and tag videos related to books.

Bookworm (book-worm)

1. One who spends much time reading or studying.
2. Any various insects, esp. booklice and silverfish, that infest books and feed on the paste bindings.

Book addict (book-ad-dict)

tr. v. ad-dict-ed, ad-dict-ing, ad-dicts
1. To cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on books.
2. To occupy (oneself) with involve (oneself) in books.

1. One who is addicted, as to books or a compulsive book activity.
2. A devoted adherent; a fan.


A turned-down corner of a page in a book.

tr. v. dog-eared, dog-earing, dog-ears
1. To turn down the corner of (the page of a book).
2. To make worn or shabby from overuse.


 define the relationship.


Happy Ever After


Happy For Now

marginalia (mar-gi-na-li-a)

pl. n.
Notes in the margin or margins of a book.

novel (nov-el)

1. A fictional prose narrative of considerable length, typically having a plot that is unfolded by the actions speech and thoughts of the characters.
2. The literary genre represented by novels.

novella (no-vel-la)

n. pl. no-vel-las or no-vel-le
1. A short prose tale often characterized by moral teaching or satire.
2. A short novel.

reader (read-er)

1. One that reads.
2. One who publicly recites literary words
a. A person employed by a publisher to read and evaluate manuscripts.
b. One who corrects printers' proofs; proofreader.
4. A teaching assistant who reads and grades examination papers.
5. Chiefly British A university teacher, esp. one ranking nest below a professor.
a. A textbook of reading exercises.
b. An anthology, esp. a literary anthology.
7. A layperson or minor cleric who recites lessons or prayers in church services.


n. A contest of reading endurance; reading as much or as many books as possible.

v. The impossible act of reading and running a marathon.


You loved the original so much, when the sequel comes out you have Sequelphobia, because you have the fear it won't live up to the original.


To endorse a romantic relationship.

Short for romantic relationship, usu. used with fictional characters.

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