Expected performance for pages with lots of tiny blocks

I read a lot and keep a long list of words that are eventually moved to Anki. Just a list of a few thousands words, without definitions or notes, each entry is a bullet followed by a word and that’s it. I wonder which would be the impact in term of performance (both space and time) for Logseq. Some potential issues:

  • Indexing & latency for full text search
  • Latency while loading the page
  • Memory usage (how much metadata each entry requires?)

In general, is having this list of blocks much more heavyweight than having unstructured text? From some casual testing I conclude that there is nothing or few to worry about, but I would like to know the opinion of someone more knowledgeable about the internals.

Thank you.