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Saint, died a.d. 296, pope 283–296.
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How to use Caius in a sentence
We have seen how Caius suffered even before the final outbreak of persecution.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
Caius had been with him through much of his work, for Caius served in the same legion.The Lion's Brood|Duffield Osborne
Caius, called Caligula, succeeds Tiberius as emperor of Rome.
Trinity is now overhauling Caius at every stroke; and the partisans of the respective boats fill the air with their shouts.
The eight stalwart Caius-men bend to their oars the moment they see the last gun flash.
British Dictionary definitions for Caius
/ (ˈkaɪəs) /
same as Gaius
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