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frustulum

[ fruhs-tuh-luhm, -chuh- ]
/ ˈfrʌs tə ləm, -tʃə- /
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noun, plural frus·tu·la [fruhs-tuh-luh, -chuh-]. /ˈfrʌs tə lə, -tʃə-/. Roman Catholic Church.
a small breakfast permitted on fast days.
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Origin of frustulum

From Latin, dating back to 1690–1700; see origin at frustule
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