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Caesar

noun Cae·sar \ˈsē-zər\

Definition of CAESAR

1
:  any of the Roman emperors succeeding Augustus Caesar —used as a title
2
a often not capitalized :  a powerful ruler: (1) :  emperor (2) :  autocrat, dictator
b [from the reference in Matthew 22:21] :  the civil power :  a temporal ruler
Cae·sar·e·an or Cae·sar·i·an \si-ˈzer-ē-ən\ adjective

Origin of CAESAR

Gaius Julius Caesar
First Known Use: circa 1548

Caesar

biographical name Cae·sar \ˈsē-zər\

Definition of CAESAR

(Gaius) Julius 100–44 b.c. Rom. gen., statesman, & writer

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