Romulus definition by Webster's New World
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Rom. Myth. a son of Mars and founder and first king of Rome, deified as Quirinus: he and his twin brother, Remus, left as infants to die in the Tiber, are suckled by a she-wolf
Origin: Classical Latin
Romulus definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun Roman Mythology
The son of Mars and eponymous founder of Rome who, with his twin brother, Remus, was reared and suckled by a wolf.