Definitions noun1. a complete or extensive list, esp.a. Us an alphabetical card file, as of the books in a libraryb. a list of articles for sale, school courses offered, items on display, etc., usually with descriptive comments and often with illustrationsc. a book or pamphlet containing such a listd. a long list, as of warriors, rivers, or ships, characteristic of the classical epic verb transitive, verb intransitiveWord forms: ˈcataˌloged or ˈcataˌlogued, ˈcataˌloging or ˈcataˌloguing2. to enter in a catalog3. to make a catalog of
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Derived Forms cataloger (ˈcataˌloger) noun or ˈcataˌloguer or ˈcataˌlogist or ˈcataˌloguist
Word OriginFr catalogue < LL catalogus < Gr katalogos, a list, register < katalegein, to reckon, list < kata-, down, completely + legein, to say, count: see logic