Word of the Day: bibliogony

bibliogony (bib-lee-OG-uh-nee)

noun: the art of producing or publishing books, also known as bibliogenesis

From Greek biblio- (book) + -gony (origin).
Earliest documented use: 1835

Usage (from Wordsmith)
“The author also appreciates the liberal expenditures of the company for the publication of the volume in an excellent style of bibliogony.”
Miland Austin Knapp; Teeth Regulation; 1900.

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