[kahr-laws pe-nah] /ˈkɑr lɔs ˈpɛ nɑ/ (Show IPA), 1901–85, Philippine diplomat, journalist, and educator.
noun, Roman Legend. 1. the founder of Rome, in 753 b.c., and its first king: a son of Mars and Rhea Silvia, he and his twin brother (Remus) were abandoned as babies, suckled by a she-wolf, and brought up by a shepherd; Remus was finally killed for mocking the fortifications of Rome, which Romulus had […]
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Romulus and Remus [(rom-yuh-luhs; ree-muhs)] In Roman legend, twin brothers who were raised by a she-wolf and founded the city of Rome. They came from a city founded by the son of Aeneas. During the construction of Rome, Romulus became incensed at Remus and killed him. The Romans later made Romulus into a god. Note: […]
noun, Roman Legend. 1. a son of either Aeneas or Ascanius: sometimes believed to be the founder of Rome.
1. Accounting. return on net assets.