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alekt* (n) A work, usually a book or document, that is attributed to a person or documents an event.
bibl* (n) Physical sense: a sequence of leafs (paper or otherwise similar objects) bound together and considered to be one volume.
libr* (n) Logical sense: work of literature.

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**[[[suffix:alekt|-alekt*]]]** A work, usually a book or document, that is attributed to a person or documents an event.
**[[[base:bibl|bibl*]]]** Book. Physical sense: a sequence of leafs (paper or otherwise similar objects) bound together and considered to be one volume.
**[[[base:libr|libr*]]]** Book. Logical sense: work of literature. Booklet; writing, work, volume, tome, opuscule or opuscle, opusculum; tract, tractate, treatise, livret [F.], brochure, monograph, pamphlet, codex, libretto; handbook, manual, enchiridion; novel (composition) [See Writing]; circular, publication; the press [See Publication]; chapbook.

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-alekt* abs tg A work, usually a book or document, that is attributed to a person or documents an event.
bibl* dis tg Book. Book Physical sense: a sequence of leafs (paper or otherwise similar objects) bound together and considered to be one volume.
libr* dis itg Book. Book Logical sense: work of literature.

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