Definition of Claudius in English:

Claudius

proper noun

  • (10 bc–ad 54), Roman emperor 41–54; full name Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus. He restored order after Caligula's decadence and expanded the empire, in particular by invading Britain in AD 43.

Pronunciation:

Claudius

/ˈklôdēəs/