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1. Bibliosmia or book-smell is caused by the chemical breakdown of compounds within the paper. What we’re smelling is the slow death of the book, albeit over a very long period of time (paper nevertheless endures for centuries, sometimes longer), which also explains why, as a general rule, the older the book, the better the smell.
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3. Bibliosmia (n.) The smell and aroma of old or good books.
4. Bibliosmia is actually a word, found in the Macmillan dictionary, although not exactly officially sanctioned, but pending its acceptance. Powell's and Demeter tried to convey that with the word "biblichor", a play on the scientific, yet poetic, word petrichor, for the scent that erupts from the rock and the soil after the rain.
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6. I’ll leave you with my own suggestion, Bibliosmia — meaning the act of smelling books, especially as a way of getting a ‘fix’ from the aroma of old tomes.
7. Meanings for Bibliosmia Bibliosmia is feeling pleasant while smelling good old books.
8. Bibliosmia (n) - The smell and aroma of a good book. Skin description: After being re-coordinated to reflect the national outfits of the people of Ursus, Istina wore this outfit to promote traditional cuisine at the food festival.
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9. Bibliosmia is the smell or aroma of a good book! Melt these for a bookish scent of paper, amber, musk, cedar and vanilla
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10. 1 the smell of a good book The best sense about a wonderful book is that sensation of Bibliosmia.
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11. Bibliosmia Box: soft launch review! If you’re active on Instagram, you may have started to hear about Bibliosmia Box - it’s a new business that pairs books with indie fragrance products to match the setting, theme, or characters.
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12. The act of smelling books is called “Bibliosmia”, it’s actually pretty common
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19. Bibliosmia (Verb.) The act of smelling books, especially as a way of getting a "fix" from the aroma of old tomes
20. Bibliosmia (n.) the smell or aroma of a good book
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24. The word for loving the smell of old books is ‘Bibliosmia’
25. Bibliosmia(n.): The smell and aroma of old or good books
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Top definition. bibliosmia. The smell and aroma of a good book. Sometimes the best thing about a book is that wonderful sensation of bibliosmia: the effect the book has on the nostrils as you breathe in the scent of the pages. Some people are a junkie for that.
In the supposed age of the e-book, bibliosmia is one of the key weapons of the resistance. Bibliosmia, the individual scent attached to a particular book, is the one thing an electronic book can never offer, just as we’ve never got ‘smellovision’. Why do books smell, though, and why do we find the smell so intoxicating, bordering on the addictive?
This word can be used generally to mean something in its early stages; however, it also specifically means any book printed before 1500 — that is, in the early stages of printing. ‘Incunabula’ comes from the Latin for ‘swaddling-clothes.’
The phrase first appears in Scott’s celebrated 1805 poem The Lay of the Last Minstrel. However, beware you don’t get accused of overdoing the books: BIBLIOBIBULI was American humorist H. L. Mencken’s coinage, and it refers to people who read too much. Is there such a thing as reading too much?