famulus

[ fam-yuh-luh s ]
/ ˈfæm yə ləs /

noun, plural fam·u·li [fam-yuh-lahy] /ˈfæm yəˌlaɪ/.

a servant or attendant, especially of a scholar or a magician.

Origin of famulus

1830–40; < Latin: servant, slave; cf. family
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famulus

/ (ˈfæmjʊləs) /

noun plural -li (-ˌlaɪ)

(formerly) the attendant of a sorcerer or scholar

Word Origin for famulus

C19: from Latin: servant
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