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referendarius (s) (noun), referendarii (pl)
1. An officer by whom the order of causes was presented to the Roman emperor: The referendarius made the desires or petitions known to the emperor and his responses were returned to those who were making requests or appeals.
2. Etymology: from Latin refero, "to inform".
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