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[el-zuh-veer, -ver, -suh-] /ˈɛl zəˌvɪər, -vər, -sə-/

noun, adjective
[el-zuh-veer, -ver, -suh-] /ˈɛl zəˌvɪər, -vər, -sə-/
Louis, c1540–1617, Dutch printer: founder of a printing firm at Leyden (1591?) that was operated by his descendants through the 18th century.
a book produced by this printing house.
a style of printing type with firm hairlines and stubby serifs.
of or relating to the Elzevir family or the books it published.
indicating the type originated by this family.


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