‘Hellenomania’ refers to the act of using long Latin and Greek terms instead of readily understandable English words.
‘Logodaedaly’ refers to the arbitrary coining of new words. (Source: interestingliterature.com)
The word ‘shrine’ comes from the Latin scrinium meaning ‘chest for books’.
This prompt is here specifically to drive me up the wall after yesterday's specificity jumble. Lo, for what is infinity, really? 'Tis so vast the mortal mind cannot comprehend. I…