Definition of supellex in English:

supellex

noun

rare
  • Household furnishings, implements, etc.; equipment, apparatus; paraphernalia.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in John Bradford (c1510–1555), evangelical preacher and martyr. From classical Latin supellex (also suppellex) household furniture, equipment, paraphernalia, of uncertain origin; perhaps from super- + lectus couch.

Pronunciation

supellex

/suːˈpɛlɛks/ /sjuːˈpɛlɛks/