Definition of Catiline in English:

Catiline

proper noun

  • (c.108–62 bc), Roman nobleman and conspirator; Latin name Lucius Sergius Catilina. In 63 bc he planned an uprising which was suppressed; his fellow conspirators were executed and he died in battle in Etruria.

Pronunciation:

Catiline

/ˈkatɪlʌɪn/