Meaning of Caesar
What is Caesar:
Caesar is a Roman surname that became a title that represented the elected successors of the Roman Empire.
Caesar comes from Latin fall. The Roman known in history with this surname was the dictator Gaius Julius Caesar who reigned in 46 BC. The great-nephew of Gaius Julius Caesar followed the tradition of adopting the second surname of the adoptive father thus changing his name Octavian to Caesar Augustus when he was crowned the first emperor of Rome.