/ (aɪˈjuːləs) /
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Roman myth another name for Ascanius
Roman myth the son of Ascanius, founder of the Julian gens or clan
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i-type semiconductor, IU, IUCN Red List, IUD, IUI, Iulus, -ium, IUS, IV, iva, ivan
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How to use Iulus in a sentence
But in the meanwhile Mnestheus and Achates and Iulus led Æneas to the camp, leaning on his spear.
Then did Æneas arm himself again, and when he had kissed Iulus and bidden him farewell, he went forth to the battle.
Iulus is properly spelt Iullus (as in inscriptions), and is for Iovillos, a diminutive from the stem of Iuppiter.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors|George Middleton
Aeneas, who escaped from the city carrying his father on his shoulders, led forth also his little son Iulus.Mazes and Labyrinths|W. H. Matthews
Ascanius left a son whose name was Iulus, while Æneas Silvius was Lavinia's heir.Romulus, Makers of History|Jacob Abbott