armarian

armarian

[ahr-mair-ee-uhn]
noun History/Historical.
a monk in charge of the library and scriptorium in a monastery.

Origin:
1840–50; < Medieval Latin armāri(us), equivalent to armāri(a) library, orig. neuter plural, derivative of Latin armārium (see armarium) + -an

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