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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

half′ ti`tle(n.)

  1. the first printed page of certain books, appearing before the title page and containing only the title of the book.

    Category: Printing

Princeton's WordNet

  1. half title, bastard title(noun)

    a first page of some books displaying only the title of the book

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  1. half title(Noun)

    see half-title

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  1. Half title

    The half title, or bastard title, is a page carrying nothing but the title of a book— as opposed to the title page, which also lists subtitle, author, publisher and similar data. The half title can have some ornamentation of the book's title, or it can be plain text. Theodore Low De Vinne distinguishes between half title and bastard title in his series The Practice of Typography, saying:

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