bibliophilic etymology

English word bibliophilic comes from English -philic, English biblio- (Relating to books. Relating to the Bible.)

Detailed word origin of bibliophilic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-philic English (eng)
biblio- English (eng) Relating to books. Relating to the Bible.
bibliophilic English (eng) Having, or pertaining to, bibliophilia (the love of books).

Words with the same origin as bibliophilic

Descendants of -philic
Americophilic Israelophilic Italophilic Sinophilic aerophilic androphilic anthropophilic azophilic biastophilic congophilic cytophilic fluorophilic halophilic iodophilic lipophilicity metallophilic metallophilicity neutrinophilic nyctophilic oleophilic rheophilic scatophilic theophilic thermophilic
Descendants of biblio-
Bibliodrama abibliophobia biblioblog biblioclast bibliofilm bibliolater bibliolatrist bibliolatrous bibliolatry bibliological bibliomancy bibliomaniac bibliometry bibliomystery bibliophagy bibliophily bibliophobia bibliopoly bibliotherapy ethnobibliotherapy