There are 2 definitions of Constantine in English:

Constantine1

Syllabification: Con·stan·tine
Pronunciation: /ˈkänstənˌtēn
 
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A city in northeastern Algeria; population 462,800 (est. 2009). Formerly called Cirta, it was the capital of the Roman province of Numidia. It was destroyed in 311 but was rebuilt by Constantine the Great and given his name.

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There are 2 definitions of Constantine in English:

Constantine2

Syllabification: Con·stan·tine
Pronunciation: /ˈkänstənˌtēn, -ˌtīn
 
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( Circa 274–337), Roman emperor 306–37; known as Constantine the Great. He was the first Roman emperor to be converted to Christianity and in 324 made Christianity the empire’s state religion. In 330, he moved his capital from Rome to Byzantium, renaming it Constantinopolis (Constantinople). He is venerated as a saint in the Orthodox Church.

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