Definitions containing e-book

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Bookmaker

Bookmaker

a betting man who "makes a book." See To make a book, under Book, n

— Webster Dictionary

Chapbook

Chapbook

any small book carried about for sale by chapmen or hawkers. Hence, any small book; a toy book

— Webster Dictionary

volume

volume

A single book of a publication issued in multi-book format, such as an encyclopedia.

— Wiktionary

backbone

spine, backbone

the part of a book's cover that encloses the inner side of the book's pages and that faces outward when the book is shelved

— Princeton's WordNet

spine

spine, backbone

the part of a book's cover that encloses the inner side of the book's pages and that faces outward when the book is shelved

— Princeton's WordNet

book review

book review

a critical review of a book (usually a recently published book)

— Princeton's WordNet

Reader

Reader

a book containing a selection of extracts for exercises in reading; an elementary book for practice in a language; a reading book

— Webster Dictionary

Bookplates

Bookplates

Works consisting of book owner's identification labels. They are usually intended for attaching inside a book or similar object. (From Thesaurus for Graphic Materials II: Genre and Physical Characteristic Terms, 1995)

— U.S. National Library of Medicine

Cookbook

Cookbook

a book of directions and receipts for cooking; a cookery book

— Webster Dictionary

pocketbook

pocketbook

A small book, especially one that can fit in a pocket; a paperback; also a pocket book.

— Wiktionary

fore edge

fore edge

the edge of a book, book section, or illustration opposite the backbone

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Fe

Fe

American Library Association abbreviation for forty-eighth, a book size (7.5-10 cm in height); a book of that height.

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dogear

dogear

A corner of a page in a book that has been folded down, usually to mark a place in the book.

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abecedarium

abecedarium

A book used to teach the alphabet; alphabet book; primer.

— Wiktionary

book of obadiah

Obadiah, Abdias, Book of Obadiah

an Old Testament book telling Obadiah's prophecies; the shortest book in the Christian Bible

— Princeton's WordNet

obadiah

Obadiah, Abdias, Book of Obadiah

an Old Testament book telling Obadiah's prophecies; the shortest book in the Christian Bible

— Princeton's WordNet

abdias

Obadiah, Abdias, Book of Obadiah

an Old Testament book telling Obadiah's prophecies; the shortest book in the Christian Bible

— Princeton's WordNet

prayer of azariah and song of the three children

Prayer of Azariah and Song of the Three Children

an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Daniel

— Princeton's WordNet

additions to esther

Additions to Esther

an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Esther

— Princeton's WordNet

bel and the dragon

Bel and the Dragon

an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Daniel

— Princeton's WordNet

book of susanna

Susanna, Book of Susanna

an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Daniel

— Princeton's WordNet

susanna

Susanna, Book of Susanna

an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Daniel

— Princeton's WordNet

Chelifer

Chelifer

see Book scorpion, under Book

— Webster Dictionary

Moroni

Moroni

The last book in the Book of Mormon

— Wiktionary

Penitential

Penitential

a book formerly used by priests hearing confessions, containing rules for the imposition of penances; -- called also penitential book

— Webster Dictionary

Board

Board

paper made thick and stiff like a board, for book covers, etc.; pasteboard; as, to bind a book in boards

— Webster Dictionary

prebound

prebound

Denoting that a book has been rebound with a library quality hardcover binding. In almost all commercial cases, the book in question began as a paperback.

— Wiktionary

reading copy

reading copy

A used book, that may include highlighting or marginalia, and is suitable for reading, but is usually not collectible. This is a term used in the used book business, to indicate the lack of collectible value, while claiming that the book is in sufficiently good condition for a purchaser whose interest is primarily in actually reading the book. A reading copy is typically less expensive than a collectible copy.

— Wiktionary

videobook

videobook

A book developed in video format, or a video structured similarly to a book, used chiefly in teaching and learning.

— Wiktionary

inker

inker

In comic book production, a person who fills in material outlined by the comic book author.

— Wiktionary

cite chapter and verse

cite chapter and verse

To provide specific references from an authoritative book, as the Bible or a book of statutes or rules, to support a statement.

— Wiktionary

Primer

Primer

a small elementary book for teaching children to read; a reading or spelling book for a beginner

— Webster Dictionary

psalter

psalter

The Book of Psalms. Often applied to a book containing the Psalms separately printed.

— Wiktionary

e-book

e-book

electronic book, a book published in electronic form

— Wiktionary

adversaria

adversaria

Originally, a book of accounts, so named from the placing of debt and credit in opposition to each other. A collection of notes or commentaries; a commonplace book.

— Wiktionary

Formulary

Formulary

a book containing stated and prescribed forms, as of oaths, declarations, prayers, medical formulaae, etc.; a book of precedents

— Webster Dictionary

Folio

Folio

a page of a book; (Bookkeeping) a page in an account book; sometimes, two opposite pages bearing the same serial number

— Webster Dictionary

Judith

Judith

A book of the Old Testament of some Christian Bibles; a book of the Vulgate Apocrypha.

— Wiktionary

Playbook

Playbook

a book of dramatic compositions; a book of the play

— Webster Dictionary

Bookful

Bookful

as much as will fill a book; a book full

— Webster Dictionary

folio

folio

A book made of sheets of paper each folded once (two leaves or four pages to the sheet); hence, a book of the largest kind, exceeding 30 cm in height.

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Judges

Judges

The seventh book of the Old Testament, and a book of the Hebrew Tanakh.

— Wiktionary

Ezra

Ezra

The fifteenth book of the Old Testament and a book of the Hebrew Tanakh.

— Wiktionary

Manual

Manual

a small book, such as may be carried in the hand, or conveniently handled; a handbook; specifically, the service book of the Roman Catholic Church

— Webster Dictionary

Psalter

Psalter

the Book of Psalms; -- often applied to a book containing the Psalms separately printed

— Webster Dictionary

Authority

Authority

a book containing such a statement or opinion, or the author of the book

— Webster Dictionary

penciler

penciler

In comic book production, a person who develops the plot and creative content of a comic book, and draws an outline to be filled in by an inker.

— Wiktionary

Bookmark

Bookmark

something placed in a book to guide in finding a particular page or passage; also, a label in a book to designate the owner; a bookplate

— Webster Dictionary

Alma

Alma

One of two prophets, the Elder and the Younger, and a book in the Book of Mormon.

— Wiktionary

Joshua

Joshua

The sixth book of the Old Testament of Bible, and a book of the Tanakh.

— Wiktionary

New Testament

New Testament

The second half of the Christian Bible, includes the four Gospels, the Book of Acts, the Epistles, and the Book of Revelation.

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Moroni

Moroni

A Book of Mormon prophet, the author of the Book of Moroni.

— Wiktionary

back cover

back cover

(of a book, magazine etc) the cover on the opposite side of the front cover; back of the book; associated with sports pages in publications.

— Wiktionary

Repertory

Repertory

a place in which things are disposed in an orderly manner, so that they can be easily found, as the index of a book, a commonplace book, or the like

— Webster Dictionary

index

index

An alphabetical listing of items and their location; for example, the index of a book lists words or expressions and the pages of the book upon which they are to be found.

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annual

annual

An annual publication; a book, periodical, journal, report, comic book, yearbook, etc., which is published serially once a year, which may or may not be in addition to regular weekly or monthly publication.

— Wiktionary

Directory

Directory

a book containing the names and residences of the inhabitants of any place, or of classes of them; an address book; as, a business directory

— Webster Dictionary

Sextodecimo

Sextodecimo

a book composed of sheets each of which is folded into sixteen leaves; hence, indicating, more or less definitely, a size of a book; -- usually written 16mo, or 16¡.

— Webster Dictionary

Duodecimo

Duodecimo

a book consisting of sheets each of which is folded into twelve leaves; hence, indicating, more or less definitely, a size of a book; -- usually written 12mo or 12¡.

— Webster Dictionary

Decimosexto

Decimosexto

a book consisting of sheets, each of which is folded into sixteen leaves; hence, indicating, more or less definitely, a size of book; -- usually written 16mo or 16¡.

— Webster Dictionary

Ether

Ether

The ancient American prophet of Mormon theology who wrote the Book of Ether in the Book of Mormon.

— Wiktionary

seven seals

seven seals

a concept of Christian eschatology, which comes from the Book of Revelation in the Christian Bible, where a book with seven seals is described in Revelation 5:1

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Nehemiah

Nehemiah

The sixteenth book of the Old Testament of the Bible, and a book of the Tanakh.

— Wiktionary

Vigesimo-quarto

Vigesimo-quarto

a book composed of sheets each of which is folded into twenty-four leaves; hence, indicating more or less definitely a size of book so made; -- usually written 24mo, or 24¡.

— Webster Dictionary

Antiphonary

Antiphonary

a book containing a collection of antiphons; the book in which the antiphons of the breviary, with their musical notes, are contained

— Webster Dictionary

Folio

Folio

a book made of sheets of paper each folded once (four pages to the sheet); hence, a book of the largest kind. See Note under Paper

— Webster Dictionary

Missal

Missal

the book containing the service of the Mass for the entire year; a Mass book

— Webster Dictionary

Trigesimo-secundo

Trigesimo-secundo

a book composed of sheets so folded that each one makes thirty-two leaves; hence, indicating, more or less definitely, a size of book; -- usually written 32mo, or 32¡, and called thirty-twomo.

— Webster Dictionary

Yearbook

Yearbook

a book published yearly; any annual report or summary of the statistics or facts of a year, designed to be used as a reference book; as, the Congregational Yearbook

— Webster Dictionary

Travel

Travel

an account, by a traveler, of occurrences and observations during a journey; as, a book of travels; -- often used as the title of a book; as, Travels in Italy

— Webster Dictionary

2 Corinthians

2 Corinthians

The second book of Corinthians and the eighth book in the New Testament of the Bible, an epistle to the people of Corinth attributed to Paul the Apostle and Timothy.

— Wiktionary

1 Corinthians

1 Corinthians

The first book of Corinthians and the seventh book in the New Testament of the Bible, an epistle to the people of Corinth attributed to Paul the Apostle and Sosthenes.

— Wiktionary

psalter

psalter

Specifically for Anglicans, the Book of Common Prayer which contains the Book of Psalms. For Catholics, the Breviary containing the Psalms arranged for each day of the week.

— Wiktionary

Greenleaf Book Group

Greenleaf Book Group

Greenleaf Book Group is a publisher and distributor that specializes in the development of independent authors and the growth of small presses. Their publishing model was designed to support the independent author and to make it possible for writers to retain the rights to their work and still compete with the major publishing houses. They have six imprints under the Greenleaf Book Group umbrella: Greenleaf Book Group Press, Emerald Book Company, Live Oak Book Company, Olive Tree Book Company, Inc. 500 Press, and Legacy Book Company.

— CrunchBase

Title

Title

a section or division of a subject, as of a law, a book, specif. (Roman & Canon Laws), a chapter or division of a law book

— Webster Dictionary

Twenty-fourmo

Twenty-fourmo

a book composed of sheets, each of which is folded into twenty-four leaves; hence, indicating more or less definitely a size of book whose sheets are so folded; -- usually written 24mo, or 24¡.

— Webster Dictionary

Matthew

Matthew

The Gospel of St. Matthew, the first book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the first of the four gospels, a book attributed to Matthew the Evangelist.

— Wiktionary

Pseudoscorpiones

Pseudoscorpiones

an order of Arachnoidea having the palpi terminated by large claws, as in the scorpions, but destitute of a caudal sting; the false scorpions. Called also Pseudoscorpii, and Pseudoscorpionina. See Illust. of Book scorpion, under Book

— Webster Dictionary

Ledger

Ledger

a book in which a summary of accounts is laid up or preserved; the final book of record in business transactions, in which all debits and credits from the journal, etc., are placed under appropriate heads

— Webster Dictionary

Psalter

Psalter

specifically, the Book of Psalms as printed in the Book of Common Prayer; among the Roman Catholics, the part of the Breviary which contains the Psalms arranged for each day of the week

— Webster Dictionary

Judge

Judge

the title of the seventh book of the Old Testament; the Book of Judges

— Webster Dictionary

Directory

Directory

a collection or body of directions, rules, or ordinances; esp., a book of directions for the conduct of worship; as, the Directory used by the nonconformists instead of the Prayer Book

— Webster Dictionary

Quarto

Quarto

originally, a book of the size of the fourth of sheet of printing paper; a size leaves; in present usage, a book of a square or nearly square form, and usually of large size

— Webster Dictionary

Bookplates as Topic

Bookplates as Topic

Labels pasted in books to mark their ownership and sometimes to indicate their location in a library. Private bookplates are often ornate or artistic: simpler and smaller ones bearing merely the owner's name are called "book labels." They are usually pasted on the front endpaper of books. (From Harrod, The Librarians' Glossary and Reference Book, 4th rev ed & Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)

— U.S. National Library of Medicine

Book

Book

to enter the name of (any one) in a book for the purpose of securing a passage, conveyance, or seat; as, to be booked for Southampton; to book a seat in a theater

— Webster Dictionary

Numbers

Numbers

The Book of Numbers, the fourth of the Books of Moses in the Old Testament of the Bible, the fourth book in the Torah.

— Wiktionary

My

My

of or belonging to me; -- used always attributively; as, my body; my book; -- mine is used in the predicate; as, the book is mine. See Mine

— Webster Dictionary

BALANCE

BALANCE

Something wanted by book-keepers and often lost by topers. May be found in a cash-book or the kangaroo gait.

— The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz

Domebook

Domebook

a book said to have been compiled under the direction of King Alfred. It is supposed to have contained the principal maxims of the common law, the penalties for misdemeanors, and the forms of judicial proceedings. Domebook was probably a general name for book of judgments

— Webster Dictionary

Photo-book

Photo-book

A photo-book or photobook is a book in which photographs make a significant contribution to the overall content. A photo-book is related to and also often used as a coffee table book.

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cookery book

cookery book

cook book

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booklike

booklike

Resembling a book

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missal

missal

A prayer book

— Wiktionary

jotter

jotter

A memorandum book.

— Wiktionary

graphic novel

graphic novel

A comic book

— Wiktionary

funny book

funny book

A comic book.

— Wiktionary

Bible

Bible

the Book by way of eminence, -- that is, the book which is made up of the writings accepted by Christians as of divine origin and authority, whether such writings be in the original language, or translated; the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments; -- sometimes in a restricted sense, the Old Testament; as, King James's Bible; Douay Bible; Luther's Bible. Also, the book which is made up of writings similarly accepted by the Jews; as, a rabbinical Bible

— Webster Dictionary

Enter

Enter

to inscribe; to enroll; to record; as, to enter a name, or a date, in a book, or a book in a catalogue; to enter the particulars of a sale in an account, a manifest of a ship or of merchandise at the customhouse

— Webster Dictionary

folio

folio

A page of a book.

— Wiktionary

songbook

songbook

A book containing songs.

— Wiktionary

blook

blook

A book about blogging.

— Wiktionary

rulebook

rulebook

A book containing rules.

— Wiktionary

benedictional

benedictional

A book of benedictions.

— Wiktionary

Num.

Num.

Book of Numbers

— Wiktionary

fairybook

fairybook

A book of fairytales.

— Wiktionary

quotebook

quotebook

A book of quotations.

— Wiktionary

airport novel

airport novel

See airport book.

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rebook

rebook

To book again.

— Wiktionary

etymologicon

etymologicon

A book of etymologies.

— Wiktionary

psalmbook

psalmbook

A book of psalms.

— Wiktionary

chartbook

chartbook

A book of charts.

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absey

absey

absey book; abecedary

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book agent

book agent

a book salesman

— Princeton's WordNet

Bible

Bible

The Christian holy book.

— Wiktionary

responsorial

responsorial

A book or liturgical responses

— Wiktionary

reference book

reference book

A book providing factual information.

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softcover

softcover

A book having such covers.

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megabook

megabook

An extremely large book.

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scripture

scripture

A sacred writing or book.

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jacketless

jacketless

Without a jacket (book cover).

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libretto

libretto

A book containing such a text.

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bookless

bookless

Without a book or books.

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codex

codex

an early manuscript book

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octavo

octavo

A book of octavo pages.

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spellbook

spellbook

A book of magic spells.

— Wiktionary

bookjacket

bookjacket

The jacket of a book.

— Wiktionary

Song of the Three Holy Children

Song of the Three Holy Children

A book of the Apocrypha.

— Wiktionary

prayer book

prayer book

A book containing religious prayers

— Wiktionary

tome

tome

A large or scholarly book.

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diary

diary

A calendar or appointment book.

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commonplace

commonplace

To make a commonplace book.

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bookworm

bookworm

An avid book reader.

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quire

quire

A book, poem, or pamphlet.

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softback

softback

A softcover or paperback book.

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armorial

armorial

a book etc concerning heraldry

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bookwork

bookwork

Accounts, book keeping work

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sketchbook

sketchbook

A book of printed sketches.

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by-book

by-book

A notebook or memorandum book.

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register

register

A book of such entries.

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midbook

midbook

The midpoint of a book.

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songster

songster

A book of songs; songbook.

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protreptic

protreptic

A didactic speech, book etc

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prebook

prebook

To book in advance.

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backstrap

backstrap

The backbone of a book

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paperback

paperback

A book with flexible binding.

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Susanna

Susanna

A book of the Apocrypha.

— Wiktionary

hardback

hardback

A book with a solid binding.

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speller

speller

A book for learning spellings.

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yearbook

yearbook

a reference book, published annually

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open book

open book

An open book decomposition.

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prayerbook

prayer book, prayerbook

a book containing prayers

— Princeton's WordNet

prayer book

prayer book, prayerbook

a book containing prayers

— Princeton's WordNet

joke book

joke book

A book containing a collection of jokes.

— Wiktionary

Hu00E1rbaru00F0slju00F3u00F0

Hu00E1rbaru00F0slju00F3u00F0

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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book-burner

book-burner

A person who practises book-burning.

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bookwise

bookwise

In the manner of a book.

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electronic book

electronic book

A book published in electronic form.

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backlist

backlist

To place (a book) on a backlist.

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Ben Sira

Ben Sira

Ecclesiasticus, a book of the Bible.

— Wiktionary

Sirach

Sirach

Ecclesiasticus, a book of the Bible.

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folio

folio

A leaf of a book or manuscript.

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absey book

absey book

An ABC book; abecedary; a primer.

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Sku00EDrnismu00E1l

Sku00EDrnismu00E1l

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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Wisdom of Jesus son of Sirach

Wisdom of Jesus son of Sirach

Ecclesiasticus, a book of the Bible.

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4to

4to

of quarto, a corresponding book size.

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diglot

diglot

A bilingual inscription, book, or person.

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frontispiece

frontispiece

The title page of a book.

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cord

cord

To flatten a book during binding

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finis

finis

an end (of a book etc.)

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ABC book

ABC book

a book, teaching the alphabet; primer

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Vafu00FEru00FAu00F0nismu00E1l

Vafu00FEru00FAu00F0nismu00E1l

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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Gru00EDmnismu00E1l

Gru00EDmnismu00E1l

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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Hymiskviu00F0a

Hymiskviu00F0a

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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Lokasenna

Lokasenna

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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Ru00EDgsu00FEula

Ru00EDgsu00FEula

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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Fju00F6lsvinnsmu00E1l

Fju00F6lsvinnsmu00E1l

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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register

register

An entry in such a book.

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grangerisation

grangerisation

A book illustrated by this process.

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anatomy

anatomy

A treatise or book on anatomy.

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koran

koran

(The Islamic holy book/bible)

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Gru00F3galdr

Gru00F3galdr

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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marginally

marginally

in the margin of a book

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grangerization

grangerization

A book illustrated by this process.

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hymnal

hymnal

A collection of hymns; a hymn book.

— Wiktionary

hymnbook

hymnbook

A book containing a collection of hymns.

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hardcovered

hardcovered

Describing a book with a rigid cover.

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passional

passional

a book describing sufferings of martyrs

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Vu00F6luspu00E1 in skamma

Vu00F6luspu00E1 in skamma

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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Hyndlulju00F3u00F0

Hyndlulju00F3u00F0

a book of the Poetic Edda.

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nonbook

nonbook

That which is not a book.

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Vu00F6lundarkviu00F0a

Vu00F6lundarkviu00F0a

a book of the Poetic Edda.

— Wiktionary

Print

Print

to strike off an impression or impressions of, from type, or from stereotype, electrotype, or engraved plates, or the like; in a wider sense, to do the typesetting, presswork, etc., of (a book or other publication); as, to print books, newspapers, pictures; to print an edition of a book

— Webster Dictionary

soft-cover

paperback book, paper-back book, paperback, softback book, softback, soft-cover book, soft-cover

a book with paper covers

— Princeton's WordNet

pocket book

pocketbook, pocket book, pocket edition

pocket-sized paperback book

— Princeton's WordNet

pocketbook

pocketbook, pocket book, pocket edition

pocket-sized paperback book

— Princeton's WordNet

softback

paperback book, paper-back book, paperback, softback book, softback, soft-cover book, soft-cover

a book with paper covers

— Princeton's WordNet

paperback

paperback book, paper-back book, paperback, softback book, softback, soft-cover book, soft-cover

a book with paper covers

— Princeton's WordNet

paperback book

paperback book, paper-back book, paperback, softback book, softback, soft-cover book, soft-cover

a book with paper covers

— Princeton's WordNet

holograph

manuscript, holograph

handwritten book or document

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soft-cover book

paperback book, paper-back book, paperback, softback book, softback, soft-cover book, soft-cover

a book with paper covers

— Princeton's WordNet

softback book

paperback book, paper-back book, paperback, softback book, softback, soft-cover book, soft-cover

a book with paper covers

— Princeton's WordNet

paper-back book

paperback book, paper-back book, paperback, softback book, softback, soft-cover book, soft-cover

a book with paper covers

— Princeton's WordNet

manuscript

manuscript, holograph

handwritten book or document

— Princeton's WordNet

pocket edition

pocketbook, pocket book, pocket edition

pocket-sized paperback book

— Princeton's WordNet

duodecimo

duodecimo

A book having pages of that size

— Wiktionary

handwrit

handwrit

a book or document written by hand

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12mo

12mo

A book size using duodecimo-sized pages.

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spine

spine

The narrow, bound edge of a book.

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blook

blook

A book serialized on a blog (weblog) platform.

— Wiktionary

Maccabees

Maccabees

A book of the Old Testament Apocrypha.

— Wiktionary

pagelike

pagelike

Resembling a page (sheet in a book, etc.).

— Wiktionary

chansonnier

chansonnier

A book which contains a collection of chansons.

— Wiktionary

twelvemo

twelvemo

a page, book etc. of that size

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reader

reader

A book of exercises to accompany a textbook.

— Wiktionary

playbook

playbook

A book containing the text of a play

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epical

epical

Any book containing 2 or more epics.

— Wiktionary

datebook

datebook

A book in which appointments are kept

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lawbook

lawbook

A book in which laws are codified

— Wiktionary

copy

copy

A printed edition of a book or magazine.

— Wiktionary

slip case

slip case

A removable protective covering for a book etc

— Wiktionary

cyberbook

cyberbook

A digital or electronic equivalent of a book.

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instructional

instructional

A book, film, etc. intended to instruct.

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print

print

To publish in a book, newspaper, etc.

— Wiktionary

Bel and the Dragon

Bel and the Dragon

A deuterocanonical, apocryphal book of the Bible.

— Wiktionary

blognovel

blognovel

A novel or book created from a blog.

— Wiktionary

Bible

Bible

a book

— Webster Dictionary

songbook

songbook

a book containing a collection of songs

— Princeton's WordNet

picture book

picture book

a book consisting chiefly of pictures

— Princeton's WordNet

trade edition

trade book, trade edition

a book intended for general readership

— Princeton's WordNet

trade book

trade book, trade edition

a book intended for general readership

— Princeton's WordNet

tome

tome

a (usually) large and scholarly book

— Princeton's WordNet

journal

journal

a record book as a physical object

— Princeton's WordNet

nutshell

nutshell

A short book summarizing an area of law.

— Wiktionary

vade mecum

vade mecum

A referential book such as a handbook or manual.

— Wiktionary

Josh

Josh

A city mentioned in the Book of Mormon

— Wiktionary

Bible

Bible

The analogous holy book of another religion.

— Wiktionary

Tobiah

Tobiah

An Ammonite in the Book of Nehemiah.

— Wiktionary

doublure

doublure

an elaborately decorated leather flyleaf in a book

— Wiktionary

dog-ear

dog-ear

To fold the corner of a book's page.

— Wiktionary

peerage

peerage

A book listing such people and their families.

— Wiktionary

overview

overview

A brief summary, as of a book or a presentation.

— Wiktionary

entitle

entitle

give a title to a book, film, play, etc.

— Wiktionary

text

text

A book, tome or other set of writings.

— Wiktionary

Baruch

Baruch

An Apocryphal Book of the Old Testament.

— Wiktionary

bibliolatry

bibliolatry

worship of the Bible or other book

— Wiktionary

photobook

photobook

A book of photographs, often by a single photographer

— Wiktionary

riffle

riffle

A quick skim through the pages of a book.

— Wiktionary

Torah

Torah

A book containing the five books of Moses.

— Wiktionary

reference book

reference book

such a book that may not be borrowed.

— Wiktionary

fauna

fauna

a book, cataloguing the animals of a country etc.

— Wiktionary


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