How to Pronounce titus?

Correct pronunciation for the word "titus" is [tˈa͡ɪtəs], [tˈa‍ɪtəs], [t_ˈaɪ_t_ə_s].

"Titus" in context

Titus was a Roman Emperor who reigned near the end of the 1st century AD. He was born in AD 39 to his father, the Emperor Vespasian. He was acclaimed by the Roman Senate to be Emperor in AD 79, after his father's death. During his reign, Titus restored much of the power and prestige of the Roman Empire, which had been shaken by internal strife and civil wars. He also successfully put down the Jewish revolt in Judaea, which had been simmering since AD 66. Titus had an active reign and is credited with a number of public works and military campaigns.

What are similar-sounding words for titus?

  • Tietz,
  • Tietje.


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