Apparently the only instance of the word in Classical Latin.
French has taken many words from colloquial Latin, which in the days of Cicero was very different from Classical Latin.
The Italian language for example is the child, the descendant of the Classical Latin.
It was (if one may use patristic if not Classical Latin in the first word of the phrase) Revolutio sibi permissa.
Petzholdt should not have devoted seven pages (pp. 691-696) to antiquarian catalogues of Classical Latin and Greek authors.
Mammella was used metaphorically as a term endearment, in Classical Latin.
At the same time, Classical Latin literature continued to be languidly studied in the cloisters and the schools of grammar.
Classical Latin and Greek were taught and the literature of the best classical authors was read.
Classical Latin had also a word cortina, meaning a caldron or round kettle.
And there Korea's primitive children can express themselves fluently in Classical Latin.