I was reading a list on Mental Floss of "Obscure words for Collectors" with words like "Deltiologists" for people who collect postcards and "Arenophiles" for people who collect sand samples from around the world. I love new words, and I especially love learning obscure, archaic, or hyper-specific ones. Give me a list like 15 Obscure Words for Everyday Feelings and Emotions and I'm in heaven. And while reading the list about obscure names for different types of collectors I got to thinking...is there an obscure word for a collector of obscure words?
I looked around a bit, but I wasn't getting any good hits (mostly just links to other lists of obscure words, which is great, but not what I wanted in this case). I tried using some possibly related prefixes I could think of, like "grapho-" for "writing" and found "graphophile," but that was someone who loves writing or fancy scripts. Not quite the same. I also found "linguaphile" and "logophile," both of which do mean "one who loves language or words," which is much closer, but still doesn't really capture the more specific "obscure word" aspect of it--because it really is unusual or rare words that I love more than just words in a general sense.
So, I was hoping I could crowdsource some new ideas in case there is such a word that I'm just not finding.