[hi-lair-ee-uh s]


Saint,died a.d. 468, pope 461–468.

Also Hil·a·rus [hil-er-uh s] /ˈhɪl ər əs/, Hilary.
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Examples from the Web for hilarus

Historical Examples of hilarus

  • But here comes Hilarus to conduct thee back to the light of day.


    William Henry Withrow

  • Hilarus again vainly attempted to procure a hearing of Leo's letter.

  • I have a freedman, who is a worthless fellow enough; I mean Hilarus, an accountant and a client of your own.

    The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1

    Marcus Tullius Cicero

  • But Hilarus guided his friends amid the darkness more swiftly than the soldiers could pursue by the light of their torches.


    William Henry Withrow

  • The whole party followed, and Hilarus, drawing up the ladder after him, completely cut off pursuit.


    William Henry Withrow