bullarium

[ boo-lair-ee-uhm ]
/ bʊˈlɛər i əm /

noun, plural bul·lar·i·a [boo-lair-ee-uh]. /bʊˈlɛər i ə/.

a collection of papal bulls.

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Origin of bullarium

<Medieval Latin, equivalent to bull(a) bull2 + -ārium-ary
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Example sentences from the Web for bullarium

  • The Bullarium magnum contains many rules relating to cloister discipline and the life of the secular clergy.