famulus


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Famulus
FAM-yə-ləsPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 19th century
1An assistant or servant, especially one working for a magician or scholar.
 
Examples of Famulus in a sentence “Salem disliked being referred to as Sabrina’s famulus.” “The magician summoned a famulus to handle the heavy-duty work around the castle.”

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