botulus, i, m.
(orig. like φύσκη and the Ital. budello, derived from the Lat.; Fr. boyau, an intestine; hence like the somewhat differently formed derivatives, Ital. boldone and boldonuccio; Fr. boudin; Engl. pudding), a sausage (very rare; acc. to Gell. 17, 7, 11, a vulgar word, used by Laber. for farcimen): botulus genus farciminis, Paul. ex Fest. p. 35 Mull.; Mart. 14, 72; Petr. 49 fin; Apic. 2, 5; Arn. 2, 73; Tert. Apol. 9.
— Meton., a stomach filled with delicacies, Tert. Jejun. adv. Psych. c. 1.