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France, which dates
to the year 800. References
as nutritor Domini
("educator/guardian of the Lord") from the 9th to the 14th centuries...
- as the feast
day of Saint
Joseph, who is referred
to as the fatherly Nutritor Domini
("Nourisher of the Lord") in Catholicism
and "the ****tive father...
that a nutrix would
of her profession. One even records
lactaneus, a male "milk nurse" who presumably
used a bottle. Gr**** nurses...
for Saint Joseph
date to the year 800 and references
to him as Nutritor Domini
(educator/guardian of the Lord) began
in the 9th century...
as a praise
of Charlemagne, whom he regarded
as a foster-father (nutritor
) and to whom he was a debtor
"in life and death". The work thus contains...
- of authorship. Terrae
vero et mari dominatur Iupiter
Plutonius, et hic nutritor
est animantium mortalium
(Asclepius 27), noted
(Thomson, 1889) Diaparsis multiplicator
Aubert, 1969 Diaparsis nutritor
(Fabricius, 1804) Diaparsis stramineipes
(Brischke, 1880) Dicaelotus
- 7th-century hagiographic
life of Columba; he served
as foster-father or tutor
) to the young Columba before
went on to study
with Gemmán in...
- Latin. Or alcaide, from the Arabic
"commander. The title nutritor regis
(king's tutor) was the usually title given
to those entrusted
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