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Bodleian

[bod-lee-uh n, bod-lee-] /bɒdˈli ən, ˈbɒd li-/
noun
1.
the library of Oxford University, reestablished by Sir Thomas Bodley, 1545–1613, English diplomat and scholar.
adjective
2.
of, pertaining to, or belonging to this library.
Origin
after Sir Thomas Bodley; see -an
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British Dictionary definitions for Bodleian

Bodleian

/bɒdˈliːən; ˈbɒdlɪ-/
noun
1.
the principal library of Oxford University: a copyright deposit library
Word Origin
C17: named after Sir Thomas Bodley (1545–1613), English scholar who founded it in 1602
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Word Origin and History for Bodleian

from Sir Thomas Bodley (1545-1613), who in 1597 refounded the library at Oxford University.

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