Cinna noun Lucius Cornelius (ˈluːsɪəs kɔːˈniːlɪəs). died 84 bc, Roman patrician; an opponent of Sulla Liberaldictionary.com
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Is your character Cinna in The Hunger Games very similar to the stylist featured in the book, gold eyeliner and all?
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Historical Examples of cinna
In that illustrious year Horace and Cinna were presented in rapid succession.
Cinna spent nine years on this poem, which was very obscure.
Cinna, who had most to fear, proposed to meet the conqueror in the field.
Cinna moved in the senate that Marius should be restored to his rights.
All the senate asked for was that Cinna would not permit a general massacre.