- The definition of Commodus was the emperor of Rome from 180-192 A.D.
An example of Commodus is the cruel Roman emperor who was born in 161 A.D. and was murdered in 192 in a conspiracy which was participated in by his mistress Marcia and his wrestling partner Narcissus.
Commodus definition by Webster's New World
Commodus definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, Lucius Aelius Aurelius A.D. 161-192.