librario

librario
1li·brà·rio
s.m. TS stor.
1. in Roma antica, servo o liberto che copiava testi a servizio di privati o del pubblico
2. in Roma antica, incaricato della contabilità dei legionari
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DATA: 2Є metà XIII sec.
ETIMO: dal lat. librarĭu(m), s.m., v. anche libro.
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2li·brà·rio
agg. CO
che riguarda i libri o l'attività editoriale: mercato librario, novità librarie
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DATA: av. 1758.
ETIMO: cfr. lat. librarius, agg.

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