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Quirinus

(kwɪˈraɪnəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Roman myth a god of war, who came to be identified with the deified Romulus
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Qui•ri•nus

(kwɪˈraɪ nəs, -ˈri-)

n.
a Roman god of war, identified with the deified Romulus.
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