noun, genitive Cae·li [see-lahy, -lee]. /ˈsi laɪ, -li/. Astronomy.
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Origin of Caelum
Words nearby Caelum
Example sentences from the Web for Caelum
Tunc Romulus, arma ad caelum tollens, Iovi aedem vovit, et exercitus seu forte seu divinitus restitit.
Quibus verbs audts Brtus ad caelum mans et oculs sustulisse dcitur et exclmvisse: Utinam dgnus tl cniuge martus vidr possem!
Thus hortus in some parts of the Empire became hortu in ordinary pronunciation, and the neuter caelum, heaven, became caelu.The Common People of Ancient Rome|Frank Frost Abbott
In his trahebat continue suspiria et ingeminatis gemitibus eorum quae tenebat in manibus oblitus suspendebatur ad caelum.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
Caelum non animum, &c. Do you think he has reformed now that he has crossed the sea, and changed the air?Roundabout Papers|William Makepeace Thackeray