Titus

noun Ti·tus \ ˈtī-təs \

Definition of Titus

1 : an early Christian convert who assisted Paul in his missionary work
2 : a letter written on the subject of pastoral care in the early church and included as a book in the New Testament — see Bible Table

Origin and Etymology of titus

Late Latin, from Greek Titos


Titus

biographical name Ti·tus \ ˈtī-təs \

Definition of Titus

a.d. 39–81 Titus Flavius Vespasianus Roman emperor (79–81)

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