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Antonius

[an-toh-nee-uh s]
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noun
  1. Marcus. Antony, Mark.
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Historical Examples

  • It being now come to open war, Antonius was sent forth to fight him.

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  • Temple of Antonius; column to his honour, and his victories inscribed.

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  • Don't you see that the Kalends are approaching, and no Antonius?

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  • I have thanked Antonius on your account, and I have intrusted the letter to Mallius.

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  • Antonius was at this time Consul, as Cæsar himself also was.


British Dictionary definitions for antonius

Antonius

noun
  1. Marcus (ˈmɑːkəs)Latin name of (Mark): Antony
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