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Constantine1 British & World English

A city in NE Algeria; population 462,800 (est. 2009). The capital of the Roman province of Numidia, it was destroyed in 311 but rebuilt by Constantine the Great and given his name

Constantine2 British & World English

(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 a state religion. In 330 he moved his capital from Rome to Byzantium, renaming it Constantinopolis (Constantinople). In the Orthodox Church he is venerated as a saint

Cavafy, Constantine British & World English

(1863–1933), Greek poet; born Konstantinos Petrou Kavafis; full name Constantine Peter Cavafy. His poems refer mainly to the Hellenistic and Graeco-Roman period of his native Alexandria

Unitas, Johnny British & World English

(1933–2002), US football player; full name John Constantine Unitas. A quarterback with the Baltimore Colts 1956–72, he led them to three NFL titles in 1958, 1959, and 1968 and a Super Bowl win in 1971. He also played for the San Diego Chargers 1972–73. Football Hall of Fame (1979)

Constantine the Great in Constantine2 British & World English

(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 a state religion. In 330 he moved his capital from Rome to Byzantium, renaming it Constantinopolis (Constantinople). In the Orthodox Church he is venerated as a saint

Marino, Dan British & World English

(1961-) US football player; full name Daniel Constantine Marino, Jr. He was a quarterback for the Miami Dolphins 1983–99. Football Hall of Fame 2005

John Constantine Unitas in Unitas, Johnny British & World English

(1933–2002), US football player; full name John Constantine Unitas. A quarterback with the Baltimore Colts 1956–72, he led them to three NFL titles in 1958, 1959, and 1968 and a Super Bowl win in 1971. He also played for the San Diego Chargers 1972–73. Football Hall of Fame (1979)

Constantine Peter Cavafy in Cavafy, Constantine British & World English

(1863–1933), Greek poet; born Konstantinos Petrou Kavafis; full name Constantine Peter Cavafy. His poems refer mainly to the Hellenistic and Graeco-Roman period of his native Alexandria

Daniel Constantine Marino, Jr. in Marino, Dan British & World English

(1961-) US football player; full name Daniel Constantine Marino, Jr. He was a quarterback for the Miami Dolphins 1983–99. Football Hall of Fame 2005

Sir Alec Arnold Constantine Issigonis in Issigonis, Sir Alec British & World English

(1906–88), Turkish-born British car designer; full name Sir Alec Arnold Constantine Issigonis. His most famous designs were the Morris Minor (1948) and the Mini (1959)

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