counter, bar (along which customers sit or stand)

  1. abacus cauponiusTheke (Tresen)
  2. cartibulum
  3. cartibulum (ostentationum)Schanktisch (Theke)
    • Mir, 1970, 1986
  4. mensa venaliciaTheke (Ladentisch)
    • Helf., Cartibulum est glossema quam maxime obscurum, qualibus Saravici gaudere solent; [gloss] cartibulum (-blum), i, n., kind of oblong table of stone, standing on pedestal: gerendo gertibulum, unde cartibulum post dictum, Varr. L. L. 5, § 125 Müll. p. 35 sq. Bip., LS. Eiusdem farinae est cilibantum, et ex eodem fere loco Varronis sumptum: a round cupboard, Varr. L. L. 5, § 121 Müll., LS; 'sorte de table ronde,' Gaffiot.


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