Definition of Caligula in English:

Caligula

Syllabification: Ca·lig·u·la
Pronunciation: /kəˈliɡyo͝olə
 
/
( Ad 12-41), Roman emperor 37-41; born Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus. His reign was notorious for its tyrannical excesses.

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