Here is the culprit sentence, written by a Lutheran theologian: "Singularia vero exempla videre sunt apud Megalandrum nostrum LUTHERUM in Colloqu. Commens." Which I think basically means "But unusual examples to see are in a work of our *great guy* Luther, Table Talk." Has anybody any information on this word? I'm quite confident as to its general sense, but its provenance is most baffling!