bastard title

bastard title
noun
a first page of some books displaying only the title of the book
Syn: ↑half title
Hypernyms: ↑page

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noun

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bastard title noun
An abbreviated title of a book on an otherwise blank page preceding the full title-page
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Main Entry:bastard

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bastard title,
= half title (def. 1). (Cf.half title)

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