Trajan

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Tra·jan

 (trā′jən) Originally Marcus Ulpius Trajanus. ad 53-117.
Roman emperor (98-117) whose reign was marked by an extensive building program, establishment of programs for the poor, and the conquest of Dacia.

Trajan

(ˈtreɪdʒən)
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(Biography) Latin name Marcus Ulpius Traianus. ?53–117 ad, Roman emperor (98–117). He extended the empire to the east and built many roads, bridges, canals, and towns

Tra•jan

(ˈtreɪ dʒən)

n.
(Marcus Ulpius Nerva Trajanus) A.D. 53?–117, Roman emperor 98–117.
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Noun1.Trajan - Roman Emperor and adoptive son of NervaTrajan - Roman Emperor and adoptive son of Nerva; extended the Roman Empire to the east and conducted an extensive program of building (53-117)
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Trajan

[ˈtreɪdʒən] NTrajano
References in classic literature ?
And then came the lightning-flash of the gala performance: the heavens torn asunder and an angel's voice heard upon earth for the delight of mankind and the utter capture of his heart.