Definitions for ex librisɛks ˈli brɪs, ˈlaɪ-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ex li•brisɛks ˈli brɪs, ˈlaɪ-(adv.; n.)(pl.)-bris.

  1. (adv.)from the library of (a phrase inscribed in or on a book before the name of the owner).

  2. Ref: bookplate.

Origin of ex libris:

1875–80; < L: from the books (of)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bookplate, ex libris(noun)

    a label identifying the owner of a book in which it is pasted


  1. ex libris(Noun)

    A bookplate which identifies the owner of the book into which it is pasted

  2. Origin: ; see the definition below.


  1. Ex Libris

    The sisters must find a demon responsible for the murder of one of Phoebe's classmates. Meanwhile, Dan discovers that Leo was previously married, and decides to take matters into his own hands, while Prue attempts to help a man who is looking for a witness to his daughter's murder.


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