Factotum: Someone who does it all.
This word came up in a Latin class a few days ago. A factotum is a handy jack of all trades. A factotum is the kind of person we all need around.
Alfred, for example, is Batman’s factotum. He keeps Batman supplied. Would Batman even be Batman without Alfred?
Factotum is from the Latin words facere: to make or do, and totum: all.
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