PRONUNCIATION: (BIB-lee-uh-pohl)

MEANING: noun: A bookseller, especially of rare works.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin bibliopola (bookseller), from Greek bibliopoles, biblio- (book) + polein (to sell). Earliest documented use: 1775.

BIBLIOPOLY - government by book readers (a consummation devoutly to be wished)

BILLIOPOLE - to which you tie the male goat, to keep him out of mischief

BIBLIOPLE - (the library was really in Istanbul, not Alexandria)