The name Titus ranked 609th in popularity for males of all ages in a sample of 2000-2003 Social Security Administration statistics and 1097th in popularity for males of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census.
The meaning given for this name is uncertain.
Titus was an early Roman emperor, reigning from 79 to 81 A.D. Before assuming the imperial throne, he led the forces that put down a Jewish revolt and destroyed the temple in Jerusalem.
Interestingly, Titus had a Jewish lover, Berenice, who was a princess of the royal house of Herod. Two versions of their torrid story were brought to the stage by 17th-century French playwrights Racine and Corneille.
A Greek Christian, leader of the church in Corinth.