from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A servant or assistant; especially, formerly, the private servant of a scholar; by extension, a private secretary or amanuensis.
Question Schneider’s famulus, the man Gregoire, him who reads ‘The Sorrows of Werter.’
'Famulus' is a fancy Latin word for a scholar's secretary. Using this word in a job description may provide a request for a pay raise.
‘Famulus’ translates from Latin as ‘servant.’