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fulmentum , i. n. contr. from fulcimentum, from fulcio,
I.a prop, support.
I. In gen., Vitr. 5, 1 fin.: “porticus fulmentis Aquitanicis superba,” i. e. columns, Sid. Ep. 2, 10 in Carm.
II. In partic., a bedpost: Cels. 2, 15.—Prov.: fulmenta lectum scandunt, the child wants to know more than its grandmother; or, perh., the servant wants to play the master, Varr. ap. Non. 206, 25.
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