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Cin·cin·na·tus

 (sĭn′sə-năt′əs, -nā′təs), Lucius Quinctius 519?-438 bc.
Roman statesman who according to tradition was twice called away from his farm to assume the dictatorship of Rome (458 and 439).
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Cincinnatus

(ˌsɪnsɪˈnɑːtəs)
n
(Biography) Lucius Quinctius (ˈluːsɪəs ˈkwɪŋktɪəs). ?519–438 bc, Roman general and statesman, regarded as a model of simple virtue; dictator of Rome during two crises (458; 439), retiring to his farm after each one
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Cin•cin•na•tus

(ˌsɪn səˈneɪ təs, -ˈnæt əs)

n.
Lucius Quinctius, 519?–439? B.C., Roman general and statesman.
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Noun1.Cincinnatus - Roman statesman regarded as a model of simple virtueCincinnatus - Roman statesman regarded as a model of simple virtue; he twice was called to assume dictatorship of Rome and each time retired to his farm (519-438 BC)
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Cincinnatus

[ˌsɪnsɪˈnɑːtəs] nCincinnato
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