Definition of Brutus in English:

Brutus

Line breaks: Bru¦tus
Pronunciation: /ˈbruːtəs
 
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A legendary Trojan hero, great-grandson of Aeneas and supposed ancestor of the British people. In medieval legend he was said to have brought a group of Trojans to England and founded Troynovant or New Troy (London).

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