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Caius is a spelling of the Latin prenom Gaius (and verso). G and C are not exclusive in Latin and the correct pronunciation is debatable. Caius is most commonly pronounced // by native English speakers.
- Caius (bishop of Milan), bishop of Milan in the early 3rd-century, saint
- Caius Caesar Germanicus, Caesar of Rome
- Caius (presbyter), Christian writer
- Caius Brediceanu, Romanian politician
- Caius Gabriel Cibber, sculptor
- Caius Iacob, Romanian mathematician
- Caius Largennius, Roman veteran
- Caius Lungu, Romanian footballer
- Caius of Korea, Catholic missionary
- Caius Welcker, footballer
- John Caius, physician and cofounder of Gonville and Caius College
- Pope Caius
- Caius is the name that the Earl of Kent, a character in the play King Lear, takes when in disguise
- Caius is the name of characters in several other Shakespeare plays; for example, he is the protagonist in Coriolanus.
- Caius is the name of a character in Sir John in Love, an English opera by Ralph Vaughan Williams.
- Caius is a character in the book The Skystone of the series A Dream of Eagles, by Jack Whyte.
- Caius is a character in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.
- Caius Ballad, the main antagonist in Final Fantasy XIII-2.
- Commander Caius, the leader of the guards of Whiterun in "The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim"
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