[ ar-ee-oh-vis-tuhs ]
/ ˌær i oʊˈvɪs təs /
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flourished c71–58 b.c., Germanic leader of the Suevi.
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A devouring host of one hundred and twenty thousand Germans had formerly passed the Rhine under the command of Ariovistus.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire|Edward Gibbon
Ariovistus himself found a small boat, in which, with one or two followers, he succeeded in getting across the stream.History of Julius Caesar|Jacob Abbott
Now the army of Ariovistus was mixed, and there is reason for believing that even Slavonians were to be found in it.The Ethnology of Europe|Robert Gordon Latham
Lastly, let us take the name of the German king, Ariovistus, brought before us by Cæsar.Surnames as a Science|Robert Ferguson
The cavalry of Ariovistus also took their stand at an equal distance.