Cassius definition

  • proper-noun:
    • A male offered title.
  • noun:
    • A brownish purple pigment, gotten because of the activity of some compounds of tin upon particular salts of silver. It really is used in artwork and staining porcelain and cup to offer a lovely purple shade. Frequently called Purple of Cassius.
    • a particular purple pigment. See purple.
    • prime mover in conspiracy against Julius Caesar (passed away in 42 BC)

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