Another Maximus factor is the august Roman -us ending, with other names like Atticus, Cassius, Augustus and magnus heating up.
magnus Derrick, who sat next to Annixter, was the first to receive his letter.
They were constantly together and magnus kept no secrets from his favourite son.
But the dining-room was empty, and his mother told him that magnus and the editor were in the "office."
His goal was to be in fact what magnus was only in name—governor.
magnus, the king's son, overheard that and said: 'Now is he lying again, as is his wont.'
"There is something in that," observed magnus, as Harran drew up at the porch of the house.
She held out her hand to magnus, which the placable Udaller instantly folded in his own ample palm.
We will have to get in with the machine some way and that's particularly why I want magnus with us.
At that moment King magnus came on deck, and recognized Sweyn.
Scandinavian masc. proper name, popular with early kings, the first to use it was Magnus I, king of Norway and Denmark (d.1047), who evidently took it in emulation of Charlemagne (Latin Carolus Magnus) under the impression that magnus (Latin, literally "great;" see magnate) was a personal name.