Ides of march


March 15 on the Roman calendar, the date of Julius Caesar’s assassination in 44 BC; also the eighth day after the nones in the ancient Roman calendar (the 15th day of March, May, July, October, the 13th of other months)

March 15 in the ancient Roman calendar; the day in 44 b.c. on which Julius Caesar was assassinated.

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    [id est] /ɪd ˈɛst/ Latin. 1. . /ˈɪd ˈɛst/ uknown 1. the full form of i.e. Latin, literally “that is (to say).”

  • Idg

    International Data Group

  • Idhi

    /ˈiði/ noun 1. a transliteration of the Modern Greek name for (Mount) Ida (sense 1)

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  • Idic

    infinite diversity in infinite combinations

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