Gratian [ grey-shee- uh n, -sh uh n] EXAMPLES | noun , Flavius Gratianus a.d. 359–383, Roman emperor 375–383.
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Gratian was married, she had become a great responsibility. Gratian hasn't got out yet: It takes a long time to get trained. Gratian answered that she could get week-end leave, and would come on Friday.
And so Noel walked there with him, for
Gratian had gone down to George, for the week-end.
Gratian would take care of Nollie far better than he. British Dictionary definitions for gratian noun Latin name Flavius Gratianus. 359–383 ad, Roman emperor (367–383): ruled with his father Valentinian I (367–375); ruled the Western Roman Empire with his brother Valentinian II (375-83); appointed Theodosius I emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire (379)
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