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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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4) Seu valor e de um possum e passa a ser usado, principalmente, no subjuntivo a partir de Catul.
This examination begins with Mother deities from Catul Huyuk (6000 BCE) to appearances of the medieval goddess Natura in illuminated manuscripts of such works as the Roman de la Rose, and concludes with Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Effects of Good Government in the City and Country (1337-40, Palazzo Pubblico, Siena).
Comparense las palabras de Margarita citadas con las de Catul en El negro sensible (1798) de Comella: