- bibliolator 1820, perhaps first in Coleridge, from BIBLIOLATRY (Cf. bibliolatry) (q.v.).
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reader — n 1. booklover, bibliophage, bibliolator, Inf. bookworm, Sl. reading nut or freak, one who always has his nose in a book; lover of learning or knowledge, intellectual, man of letters, bluestocking, Inf. egghead; bookman, scholar, student, Inf.… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder