[ pi-kuhm-nuhs ]
/ pɪˈkʌm nəs /
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one of two ancient Roman fertility gods.
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How to use Picumnus in a sentence
Picumnus and Pilumnus were two household divinities of the Romans, who were the special presiding deities of new-born infants.Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome|E.M. Berens