bibliopole

Bibliopole
(BIB-lee-oh-pole)
Noun:
-A person who buys and sells books, especially rare ones.

From late 18th century: via Latin from Greek bibliopōlēs, from biblion ‘book’ + pōlēs ‘seller’.

Used in a sentence:
“I paid him rather handsomely for that copy of the Necronomicon, but that crooked bibliopole just absconded with my money and vanished, never to be heard from again!”

anonymous asked:

bibliopole

a person who buys and sells books, especially rare ones.
(I’m so happy this worked and I got a new word, one who I would like to be!!!!)