OTHER WORDS FROM GrotiusGro·tian [groh-shuhn, -shee-uhn], /ˈgroʊ ʃən, -ʃi ən/, adjectiveGro·tian·ism, noun
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There is a remarkable group of portraits by Rubens—himself, his brother, Lipsius, and Grotius—and a large landscape by him.George Eliot's Life, Vol. II (of 3)|George Eliot
There were several branches of the Cornets: one settled in Provence, as we are informed by Grotius.
From all these different calculations it is manifest that Grotius was born in 1583.
It was therefore on the tenth of April in the year 1583, that Grotius was born, at Delft.
The young Grotius, like Horace, has celebrated his gratefulness for so good a father in some verses still extant.