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Ca·tul·lus

 (kə-tŭl′əs), Gaius Valerius 84?-54? bc.
Roman lyric poet known for his love poems to an aristocratic woman he named "Lesbia," but whose true identity he hid.

Catullus

(kəˈtʌləs)
n
(Biography) Gaius Valerius (ˈɡaɪəs vəˈlɪərɪəs). ?84–?54 bc, Roman lyric poet, noted particularly for his love poems
Catullan adj

Ca•tul•lus

(kəˈtʌl əs)

n.
Gaius Valerius, 84?–54? B.C., Roman poet.
Ca•tul′li•an, adj.
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Noun1.Catullus - Roman lyric poet remembered for his love poems to an aristocratic Roman woman (84-54 BC)Catullus - Roman lyric poet remembered for his love poems to an aristocratic Roman woman (84-54 BC)
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Catullus

[kəˈtʌləs] NCatulo

Catullus

[kəˈtʌləs] nCatullo
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