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Crassus

Crassus is an Ancient Roman cognomen meaning “thick, solid, dense”” as well as “fat, gross, stupid”. Marcus Licinius Crassus was a Roman general and politician and was part of the First Triumvirate which consisted of him, Julius Caesar, and Pompey the Great.

Origin: Latin

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