Titus is a common Roman
praenomenof 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
Epistle to Titus
Titus, the Roman Emperor Titus Flavius Vespasianus who ruled from 79BCE TO 81BCE.
** His father, Titus Flavius Vespasianus, the Roman Emperor
* 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 TitusU.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
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 Bedchamberto King Charles II.
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)
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
Titus (band), a Newcastle based Christian punk rock band
Titus books (publisher), a New Zealand based independent publisher.
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