Definition of Gracchus in English:

Gracchus

proper noun

  • Tiberius Sempronius (c.163–133 bc) and his brother Gaius Sempronius (c.153–121 bc), Roman tribunes; known as the Gracchi. They were responsible for radical social and economic legislation, especially concerning the redistribution of land to the poor.

Pronunciation:

Gracchus

/ˈɡrakəs/