A gladius is a type of sword that was used in ancient Rome. It was usually made from steel, and it was very sharp.

  • He was wielding a gladius, and he was looking very dangerous.

  • The gladius is a very deadly weapon, and it's not suitable for use in close quarters.

Definition of gladius


A Roman sword roughly two feet long.


A pen, a hard internal bodypart of certain cephalopods, made of chitin-like material.

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