Dolabella

Dolabella, son-in-law of Cicero, a profligate man, joined Cæsar, and was raised by him to the consulship; joined Cæsar's murderers after his death; was declared from his profligacy a public enemy; driven to bay by a force sent against him, ordered one of his soldiers to kill him.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dog-Star * Dolci, Carlo
Dodo`na
Dods, Meg
Dodsley, Robert
Doeg
Dogberry
Dog-days
Doge
Dogger Bank
Dogs, Isle of
Dog-Star
Dolabella
Dolci, Carlo
Dolcino
Doldrums
Dôle
Dolet, Étienne
Dolgelly
Dolgorouki
Dollart Zee
Döllinger
Dollond, John

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