[lahy-brair-ee-uh n] /laɪˈbrɛər i ən/
a person trained in and engaged in service.
a person in charge of a , especially the chief administrative officer of a .
a person who is in charge of any specialized body of literature, as a collection of musical scores.
a person in charge of or assisting in a library
“custodian of a library,” 1713; see library + -an. Earlier form was library-keeper (1640s), and librarian was used earlier in a sense “scribe” (1660s).
[lee-bruh, lahy-] /ˈli brə, ˈlaɪ-/ noun, genitive Librae [lee-brahy, lahy-bree] /ˈli braɪ, ˈlaɪ bri/ (Show IPA), for 1. 1. Astronomy. the Balance, a zodiacal constellation between Virgo and Serpens. 2. Astrology. /ˈlaɪbrə/ noun (pl) -brae (-briː) 1. an ancient Roman unit of weight corresponding to 1 pound, but equal to about 12 ounces /ˈliːbrə/ noun […]
[lahy-brair-ee-uh n-ship] /laɪˈbrɛər i ənˌʃɪp/ noun 1. a profession concerned with acquiring and organizing collections of books and related materials in libraries and servicing readers and others with these resources. 2. the position or duties of a . /lɪˈbrɛərɪənʃɪp; laɪ-/ noun 1. the professional administration of library resources and services Also library science
[lahy-brer-ee, -bruh-ree, -bree] /ˈlaɪˌbrɛr i, -brə ri, -bri/ noun, plural libraries. 1. a place set apart to contain books, periodicals, and other material for reading, viewing, listening, study, or reference, as a room, set of rooms, or building where books may be read or borrowed. 2. a public body organizing and maintaining such an establishment. […]
noun 1. a tough, durable cloth binding for books. Compare . 2. the production of books that are bound with library binding.