[des-uh-muh s; Latin dek-i-moo s]
- (in prescriptions) tenth.
Origin of decimus
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Examples from the Web for decimus
Decimus Saxon is staunch, though, and that word shall never be spoken.'Micah Clarke
Arthur Conan Doyle
With eloquent words he praises Octavian and the two legions and Decimus.The Life of Cicero
Decimus Brutus is said to have been cousin to the other Brutus of the play.The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Caesar
Wyatt had a friend with whom he had quarrelled, named Decimus Burton.
Decimus Brutus found Caesar troubled and perplexed, and uncertain what to do.History of Julius Caesar