Then he called his disciple famulus to him and explained that he was going to test the formula.
famulus sped on before, or bounded after them, perpetually on the gallop.
Basil took the scroll which his famulus handed to him and cut the cord.
Then famulus did as he was bid and forced the blade into his master's heart.
Who knows whether the famulus may not have been young Giotto, or Joctus, as he is written in old deeds!
The devil himself cannot persuade your famulus to take away the wine.
He tells us of a demon who officiated as famulus in a monastery.
famulus, fam′ū-lus, n. a private secretary or factotum: an attendant, esp.
“Dr Lane wants you,” said the famulus, just in time to save the tired boys from their remorseless questioners.
"The child is like Twardowski," famulus thought, and he gathered him up under his cloak and carried him home.