[ kon-stuh n-teen, -tahyn ]
/ ˈkɒn stənˌtin, -ˌtaɪn /
Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinusthe Great, a.d. 288?–337, Roman emperor 324–337: named Constantinople as the new capital; legally sanctioned Christian worship.
1868–1923, king of Greece 1913–17, 1920–22.
I vs. MeIs it “my friends and I,” or “my friends and me?” I is a subject pronoun, and me is an object pronoun. This means I can be used as the subject of a sentence, and me can only be used as the object of one. I can perform an action, while me can only have actions performed upon it. Subject vs. Object Pronouns A subject …
Related formsCon·stan·tin·i·an [kon-stuh n-tin-ee-uh n] /ˌkɒn stənˈtɪn i ən/, adjectivepost-Con·stan·tin·i·an, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for constantine i
/ (ˈkɒnstənˌtaɪn, -ˌtiːn) /
known as Constantine the Great. Latin name Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus. ?280–337 ad, first Christian Roman emperor (306–337): moved his capital to Byzantium, which he renamed Constantinople (330)
1868–1923, king of Greece (1913–17; 1920–22): deposed (1917), recalled by a plebiscite (1920), but forced to abdicate again (1922) after defeat by the Turks
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