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Noun famulus has 1 sense
  1. famulus - a close attendant (as to a scholar)
    --1 is a kind of
    attendant, attender, tender

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The term "famulus" refers to a servant or assistant, especially in a scholarly or intellectual setting. It can also refer to an attendant or disciple.


  1. A servant or assistant, especially in a scholarly or intellectual setting.
  2. An attendant or disciple.



  1. As a noun, "famulus" can refer to a servant or helper who assists scholars or researchers in their work.
Example Sentences:
  1. He was the famulus of the renowned scientist, aiding him in his experiments and research.
  2. The famulus meticulously organized the professor's library, ensuring easy access to reference materials.


  1. Within local communities, "famulus" may refer to a person who serves as a dedicated attendant, providing support and assistance to someone of higher social or religious standing.
Example Sentences:
  1. The famulus of the local temple carefully maintained the sacred relics and assisted during religious ceremonies.
  2. Every year, the town's mayor selects a famulus to accompany them during official events and act as an aide.

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