Definition of bibliotics in English:

bibliotics

plural noun

  • [treated as singular] The study of documents, handwriting, and writing materials to determine authenticity.

    • ‘After a preliminary excursus on the science of ' bibliotics',. Dr. Tanner subjects the theories of the researcher to a close analysis.’
    • ‘Yet an expert's decision which is squarely contradicted by the history of the document does not inspire confidence in bibliotics.’

Pronunciation:

bibliotics

/ˌbiblēˈädiks/