What do we call a person who enjoys reading?
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Bibliophilia is the love of books. Accordingly a bibliophileloves books, but especially "for qualities of format". A bookwormloves books for their content, or otherwise loves …reading ingeneral. Bibliophilia is generally considered to be incorrect, butsome would say it is a new, recent, usage. The practice of lovingor collecting books is dubbed bibliophilism, and the adjective formof the term is bibliophilic. Also, a bibliophile may be a bookcollector.
Most people avoid gettingÃsick, not only is it unhealthy butmedications are expensive. But there are some people who have amental health condition that bringsÃthem joy t…oÃkeep going back tothe doctor to undergo tests or even surgery. This condition iscalled the Munchausen syndrome.
that means that they hate their life or they cant stand work......If they're a man they just want their wives to do them........if ya no what i mean......
A sad case. Emo
this is a person who wants to learn and study new words, in other words a smart person!!
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The closest thing is a bibliophile, which is somebody who loves reading (biblio = reading, phile = love). Amy's edit: Or a bookworm, that is the more commonly used name :)
They could either be called Book Worms or Intelligent people. :)
(1) an imam or an alternative point of view (2) A reader. Similar to one that reads the Bible, no particular title is given to the reader just for the act of reading rel…igious text.
Such a person is called a pyromaniac
It depends on which "the Host" it is, there is more than one book with such a title.
Usually you would call the person a reader.
A hypochondriac or a person with Munchausen syndrome.