Caius

Common misspellings for Caius:

xaius, cwius, cqius, ca9us, ca8us, caiys, caihs, caijs, cai8s, cai7s, caiua, caiuz, caiux, caiud, caiuw, xcaius, cxaius, vcaius, cvaius, fcaius, cfaius, dcaius, cdaius, czaius, cazius, csaius, cwaius, cawius, cqaius, caqius, cauius, caiuus, cajius, caijus, cakius, caikus, caoius, ca9ius, cai9us, ca8ius, cai8us, caiyus, caiuys, caihus, caiuhs, caiujs, caiius, caiuis, caiu8s, cai7us, caiu7s, caiuas, caiuzs, caiusz, caiuxs, caiusx, caiuds, caiusd, caiues, caiuws, caiusw, caiu, caisu, ccaius, caaius, caiuss, saius, aaius, Ciius, Ccius, Cai5s, Caiqs, Caiws, Caits, Caiu3, Caiuc, Caiuq, Caiur, caayeus, caeyeus, c aius, ca ius, cai us, caiu s.

Usage examples for Caius

  1. " One is never sure of these tamed wolves," Caius said; " sometimes they turn out valuable allies and assistants, at other times they grow into formidable foes, all the more dangerous for what they have learned of us.  Beric the Briton A Story of the Roman Invasion by G. A. Henty
  2. " Truly," continued the Captain, not heeding or hearing the other, " Truly a wonderful man was Caius Julius Caesar!  The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  3. For in it, first, they run out of the city in great crowds, and call out aloud several familiar and common names, Caius, Marcus, Lucius, and the like, in representation of the way in which they called to one another when they went out in such haste.  Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  4. An aunt of Caesar had married Caius Marius, the modest bankrupt farmer of revenues, who, having entered politics, had become the first general of his time, had been elected consul six times, and had conquered Jugurtha, the Cimbri, and the Teutons.  The Women of the Caesars by Guglielmo Ferrero
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