Titus (disambiguation)

Titus is a common Roman praenomen of unknown etymology, which could refer to any of the following:

Historical or living persons

* St. Titus, fellow worker with St. Paul of Tarsus and pastor of the first Christian church in Crete at Gortyn
** The Epistle to Titus
* Titus, the Roman Emperor Titus Flavius Vespasianus who ruled from 79BCE TO 81BCE.
** His father, Titus Flavius Vespasianus, the Roman Emperor Vespasian
* The historian Titus Livius, usually called 'Livy' in English
* Titus Pomponius Atticus (110 BC/109 BC – 32 BC), an ancient Roman littérateur/philosopher and friend of Marcus Tullius Cicero
* Titus Labienus, Roman general
* Another name for Saint Dismas, the "good thief"
* Titus (patriarch), Patriarch of Constantinople
* Titus van Rijn, son of the painter Rembrandt
* Christopher Titus, the star and namesake of the sitcom
* Herb Titus U.S. Taxpayers Party|American Taxpayers Party Vice presidential candidate in the 1996 election
* Josip Broz Tito, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia leader (variation on "Tito")
* Titus, former ring name of professional wrestler Ryan Wilson
*Titus Bramble, English footballer
*Silas Titus, Civil War Soldier and active organizer of the city of Syracuse, New York
*Silas Wright Titus, Engineer and inventor of water pumping systems, discoverer of water supply for New York City in the late nineteenth century.
* Silius Titus, captain of Deal Castle, and Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King Charles II.
* Sir Titus Salt, born 1803, manufacturer, politician and philanthropist in West Yorkshire, creator of Saltaire
* Titus Pullo, a Roman centurion in Caesar's Legions
* Titus Brandsma, outspoken Dutch Catholic opponent of Nazism

In the natural world

* Titus, the ancient name of the Krka river in Croatia.
* Titus (spider) is also a species of spiders (Gnaphosidae)

In fiction

* "Titus Andronicus", a play by William Shakespeare
* Titus Groan, the protagonist in the "Gormenghast" books by Mervyn Peake
* "Titus" (film) (1999), the movie based upon Shakespeare's play
** The soundtrack to the movie, by Elliot Goldenthal, "Titus" (soundtrack)
* "Titus" (TV series), American situation comedy

In science and technology

* Titus (company), a German skateboard and skate wear company
* TITUS Cyberbit Basic, a typeface developed by the TITUS Project and Bitstream Inc
* Titus Cycles, a bicycle frame manufacturer based in Tempe, Arizona, USA
* TITUS (project), a project for creation of an Indo-European languages thesaurus
* Titus (rocket), A French rocket
* Titus Software, a video game developer and video game publisher
* Titus the Fox, a video game by Titus Software

Other

* Titus (band), a Newcastle based Christian punk rock band
* Titus books (publisher), a New Zealand based independent publisher.


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Titus Manlius Torquatus (dictator) — For other people named Titus Manlius Torquatus, see Titus Manlius Torquatus (disambiguation). Titus Manlius Torquatus, son of Titus (or Titus Manlius T. f. Torquatus), was Roman Republican consul 235 BC and 224 BC, censor 231 BC, and dictator 208 …   Wikipedia

  • Criton (disambiguation) — Criton or Crito (Greek:Κρίτων) may refer to: Crito dialogue of Plato Crito of Alopece, follower of Socrates Criton, comic poet of the new comedy Criton the Macedonian, Olympic winner in 328 BC Criton of Pieria, historian Criton of Aegae,… …   Wikipedia

  • Chiron (disambiguation) — Contents 1 Space and astrology 2 Cars and racing 3 Other uses 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Demetrius (disambiguation) — Demetrius may be a given name. Demetrius may also refer to: Contents 1 Saints 2 Kings 2.1 Macedon …   Wikipedia

  • Dres (disambiguation) — Dres (plural dresy or dresiarze) is a term used in Poland to describe a subculture of young males. Dres may also refer to: Dres (rapper), Andres Titus, a rapper of the alternative hip hop duo Black Sheep Dres Reid (born 1983), American dancer D.R …   Wikipedia

  • Point of no return (disambiguation) — Point of no return is the point beyond which someone, or some group of people, must continue on their current course of action.Point of no return may also refer to: * Point of no return (computer games), the point in the game design script when… …   Wikipedia

  • Barbarian (disambiguation) — A barbarian is an uncivilized or uncultured person, from the Latin and Ancient Greek terms originally applied to any foreigner. The word may also refer to:In sports: *Barbarian F.C. or the Barbarians or Baa Baas , an invitation only international …   Wikipedia

  • Aaron (disambiguation) — Infobox Given name 2 gender = Male meaning = one of light origin = Exodus 4:14Aaron may refer to:People* Aaron, brother of Moses, Biblical figure * Aaron (given name), name origin, variants, and people with the given name * Aaron (surname), name… …   Wikipedia

  • Petro (disambiguation) — Petro is a naturally occurring liquid.Petro may also refer to:* Dan Petro, a loa in Vodou * Petro , a Greek term * Ti Jean Petro, a snake loa in Haitian VodouPeople with the given name Petro:* Petro Balabuyev (1931 2007), Ukrainian airplane… …   Wikipedia

  • Salt (disambiguation) — Salt is an edible mineral used as a flavor enhancer and preservative for food, but may also refer to: Chemistry * Salt (chemistry), a neutral compound composed of ions. * Sodium chloride, the main ingredient in edible salt * Sea salt, is a less… …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.