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Titus

, Saint First century ad.
Christian leader and companion of Saint Paul. An epistle of the New Testament, ascribed to Paul, is addressed to him.

Ti·tus 1

 (tī′təs) Originally Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus. ad 39-81.
Emperor of Rome (79-81) whose reign was marked by the construction of the Roman Colosseum. He commanded the siege and capture of Jerusalem (70).

Ti·tus 2

 (tī′təs)
n.
See Table at Bible.
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Titus

(ˈtaɪtəs)
n
1. (Biography) New Testament
a. Titus, SaintMGreekRELIGION: clergymanRELIGION: saintSaint. a Greek disciple and helper of Saint Paul. Feast day: Jan 26 or Aug 25
b. the book written to him (in full The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Titus), containing advice on pastoral matters
2. (Biography) full name Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus. ?40–81 ad, Roman emperor (78–81 ad)
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Ti•tus

(ˈtaɪ təs)

n.
1. a disciple and companion of the apostle Paul, to whom Paul is supposed to have addressed an Epistle.
2. this New Testament Epistle.
3. (Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus) A.D. 40?–81, Roman emperor 79–81.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Titus - a Greek disciple and helper of Saint Paul
2.Titus - Emperor of RomeTitus - Emperor of Rome; son of Vespasian (39-81)
3.Titus - a New Testament book containing Saint Paul's epistle to Titus; contains advice on pastoral matters
New Testament - the collection of books of the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the Pauline and other epistles, and Revelation; composed soon after Christ's death; the second half of the Christian Bible
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Philip of Macedon, not the father of Alexander the Great, but he who was conquered by Titus Quintius, had not much territory compared to the greatness of the Romans and of Greece who attacked him, yet being a warlike man who knew how to attract the people and secure the nobles, he sustained the war against his enemies for many years, and if in the end he lost the dominion of some cities, nevertheless he retained the kingdom.
But this holds not always: for Augustus Caesar, Titus Vespasianus, Philip le Belle of France, Edward the Fourth of England, Alcibiades of Athens, Ismael the Sophy of Persia, were all high and great spirits; and yet the most beautiful men of their times.
Titus Munson Coan to the latter's mother, written while a student at Williams College over thirty years ago, and fortunately preserved by her.
Titus Coan, of the Hawaiian Islands, personally visited the Marquesas group, found the Typee Valley, and verified in all respects the statements made in 'Typee.' It is known that Mr.
Titus Munson Coan, whose familiarity with the languages of the Pacific has enabled me to harmonise the spelling of foreign words in 'Typee' and'Omoo,' though without changing the phonetic method of printing adopted by Mr.
He was on the steamer when I went down to Peru to help the Titus Brothers dig the big tunnel.
The infamous bloody banquet scene where Titus, Lavinia, Tamora, and Saturninus all meet their fate is appropriately filmed as a mixture of comic absurdity and disbelief.
According to the actress, breastfeeding Titus is more painful for her since he tends to drink a lot of milk, as per her Instagram account yesterday, June 29.
LONG DISTANCE Titus, a 27-year-old graduate of Informatics from Moi University, is a software developer and trainer at Medecins Sans Frontiares (Doctors without Borders).
"All one needs to do is look at the statistics around start-up success to understand that entrepreneurs need help," said Titus. "First, many entrepreneurs don't have access to capital and wind up using credit cards to fund their start-up efforts, which could mean high interest and long-term debt, for which the entrepreneur is personally responsible.