American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Gaius.
“The father was a man of good understanding, and the son had been born with brains; there were traditions of education in the family, hence the name Caius; it was no plan of the elder man that his son should also be a farmer.”
“Caius is HOT … never pictured him like that but, hell he’s much better looking than the Caius in my head … I’ll take him!!”
“Suppose I tell a stoly, and say that one was called Caius and the other Tibelius, or one John and the other”
“Don't go," called Caius, much urgency in his words.”
“He died A.D.. 37, and the power went to Caligula, properly called Caius, who was only twenty-five, and who began in a kindly, generous spirit, which pleased the people and gave them hope; but to have so much power was too much for his brain, and he can only be thought of as mad, especially after he had a severe illness, which made the people so anxious that he was puffed up with the notion of his own importance.”
“Caius," said Captain Hunken, interrupting her mirth as with a stroke tolled on a bell, "would ye mind pinching me?”
“First they march out of the gates in a mass, calling out the common names of the country, such as Caius, Marcus, or Lucius, in imitation of their hurried calling for each other on that occasion.”
“And you never know: perhaps some of their stardust will rub off on their forgotten forebears, such as Caius Gabriel Cibber.”
“Gonville and Caius (usually known as Caius, pronounced”
“Bower, who played a dark wizard in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II and Caius in Twilight: New Moon, was recently in the TVGuide.com studios promoting his Starz series Camelot.”
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