cataloger

[kat-l-aw-ger, -og-er]
noun
1.
a person who catalogs.
2.
a person or firm that offers merchandise in a catalog from which buyers may order by mail.
Also, cataloguer.


Origin:
1835–45; catalog + -er1

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Example sentences
Yet many of our public libraries today add records with minimal cataloger review.
The cataloger is therefore required to transcribe the series statement as found to record usage.
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