Term: Libraryize

library·ize

–verb

To place in a library.

Origin

1796 S. T. Coleridge Biogr. Lit. (1847) II. 361 If you see nothing in it [Beddoes’s Essay] to library-ize it, send it me back next Thursday.

 

Example:

The librarian libraryized several books.

 

Source:

Oxford English Dictionary (OED)

Term: Logophile

log·o·phile

–noun
 
A lover of words.

Origin

logo- + -phile

 

Example:

Noah Webster and Samuel Johnson were logophiles.

 

Term: Askhole

ask·hole
–noun Vulgar.
1. Slang.

  1. Someone who asks many stupid, pointless, obnoxious questions.
  2. An annoying individual who asks random questions with no substance or asks stupid questions without thinking.
  3. A university student who wastes class time by asking for answers to questions that only he/she doesn’t understand; thus annoying the crap out of his/her classmates.

Example:

There is a patron out at the service desk who is a real askhole.

 

Source:  Urban Dictionary