Fabulinus

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Fabulinus was a minor archaic birth and childhood deity in Roman mythology.

His name comes from the Latin fabulari, meaning to speak: in fact, Fabulinus was thought to teach children to speak. In Rome, mothers would make an offering to him when their children uttered their first word.

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