How to Pronounce caesar?

Correct pronunciation for the word "caesar" is [sˈiːzə], [sˈiːzə], [s_ˈiː_z_ə].

"Caesar" in context

The name caesar is traditionally linked with the Roman Empire, to which it was given by Julius Caesar, the celebrated dictator. The name has become synonymous with power, greatness and strength. Its origin goes back to Ancient Roman times where it had a deeper symbolic significance. It is related to the Latin phrase "civis Romanus sum", meaning I am a Roman citizen. Caesar was not a surname-which Romans did not use-but a personal name that indicated political or military position within the Roman hierarchy. Julius Caesar's legacy echoes throughout history and the name he bestowed remains popular today. It is a popular name for kings, emperors and even dogs.

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