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cŭbĭcŭlārĭus , a, um (cŭbĭcŭlāris , e;
I.gen., Cic. Div. 2, 65, 134; dat., id. Tusc. 5, 20, 59; but ap. Suet. Aug. 7, the better read. is cubiculi Lares; v. cubiculum, I.), adj. cubiculum, of or pertaining to a sleepingchamber.
I. Adj.: “lucerna,Mart. 14, 39 in lemm.: “gausapina,id. 14, 147 in lemm.: “stragula,Plin. 8, 58, 83, § 226.—
II. Subst.: -bĭcŭlārĭus , ii, m., a chamber-servant, valet-de-chambre: “hunc vestri janitores, hunc cubicularii diligunt,Cic. Verr. 2, 3, 4, § 8; id. Att. 6, 2, 5: “manere ... cum uno medico et cubicularis duobus,Suet. Caes. 4 Roth (al. -ariis); id. Ner. 38; Capitol. Pert. 4: “decurio cubiculariorum,the head of the servants of the bedchamber, Suet. Dom. 17.
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