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Caesar British & World English

A title of Roman emperors, especially those from Augustus to Hadrian

Caesar, Sid British & World English

(1922–2014), US comedian and actor; full name Isaac Sidney Caesar. He costarred in the live television sketch comedy Your Show of Shows (1950–54) with comedienne Imogene Coca (1908–2001)

Julius Caesar, Gaius British & World English

(100–44 bc), Roman general and statesman

Caesar in Caesar salad British & World English

A salad typically consisting of cos lettuce and croutons served with a dressing containing olive oil, lemon juice, raw egg, parmesan cheese, and seasonings

Caesar salad British & World English

A salad typically consisting of cos lettuce and croutons served with a dressing containing olive oil, lemon juice, raw egg, parmesan cheese, and seasonings

Julius Caesar New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Gaius (100–44 bc), Roman statesman

Caesar's wife British & World English

A person who is required to be above suspicion

Scaliger, Julius Caesar British & World English

(1484–1558), Italian-born French classical scholar and physician. Besides polemical works directed against Erasmus (1531, 1536), he wrote treatises on poetics and philosophy, and commentaries on botanical works

Caesar's wife in Caesar British & World English

A person who is required to be above suspicion

L. caesar in greenbottle British & World English

A metallic green fly which sometimes lays eggs in wounds on sheep or other animals

Isaac Sidney Caesar in Caesar, Sid British & World English

(1922–2014), US comedian and actor; full name Isaac Sidney Caesar. He costarred in the live television sketch comedy Your Show of Shows (1950–54) with comedienne Imogene Coca (1908–2001)

Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus in Caligula British & World English

(Ad 12-41), Roman emperor 37-41; born Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus. His reign was notorious for its tyrannical excesses

Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus in Caligula New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(ad 12–41), Roman emperor 37–41; born Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus

Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus in Tiberius British & World English

(42 bc-ad 37), Roman emperor ad 14-37; full name Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus. The adopted successor of his stepfather and father-in-law Augustus, he became increasingly tyrannical and his reign was marked by a growing number of treason trials and executions

Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus in Tiberius New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(42 bc–ad 37), Roman emperor ad 14–37; Latin name Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus

Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus in Nero British & World English

(Ad 37-68), Roman emperor 54-68; full name Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. Infamous for his cruelty, he wantonly executed leading Romans. His reign witnessed a fire which destroyed half of Rome in 64

Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus in Nero New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(ad 37–68), Roman emperor 54–68; Latin name Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus

Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus in Aurelius, Marcus British & World English

(121–80), Roman emperor 161–80; full name Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus. He was occupied for much of his reign with wars against invading Germanic tribes. His Meditations, a collection of aphorisms and reflections, are evidence of his philosophical nature


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