Definitions for bibelotˈbɪb loʊ, ˈbi bəˌloʊ
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
bi•be•lotˈbɪb loʊ, ˈbi bəˌloʊ(n.)
a small object of curiosity, beauty, or rarity.
Origin of bibelot:
1870–75; < F, =bibel-+-ot n. suffix
A bauble, knickknack or trinket
The Bibelot was a yearly literary anthology published by Thomas Bird Mosher between 1895 and 1914. The Bibelot featured the lesser known works of writers such as Algernon Charles Swinburne, William Morris, Arthur Symons, D. G. Rossetti, Austin Dobson, J. A. Symonds, Robert Louis Stevenson, Oscar Wilde, and Fiona MacLeod. In 1925 a limited edition, 21 volume "Testimonial Edition" was printed by William H. Wise & Co..
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