(comparative more balductum, superlative most balductum)
- 1911 George Saintsbury, A history of English criticism: being the English chapters of A history of criticism and literary taste in Europe, W. Blackwood, p50
- And he suggests that "we beginners" (this from the author of these truly "barbarous and balductum" antics to the author of the Faerie Queene is distinctly precious) have the advantage, like Homer and Ennius, of setting examples.
(countable and uncountable, plural balductums)
- a posset
From Latin balducta (“the curds of milk”).