Maximus

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Maximus (Hellenised as Maximos) is the Latin term for "greatest" or "largest". In this connection it is used to refer to:

It was also a common name.

Not a Roman first name.

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People

Roman generals

Authors and philosophers

Christian saints

Christian bishops and Patriarchs

Deities

Fictional characters

Other

Taxonomy

Latin binomial abbreviations for species

See also