What do you think about the name [name]Titus[/name]? Is it too weird, strong, etc? What are your thoughts?

I’ve never known a [name]Titus[/name] (except in the Bible). I don’t think there is anything wrong with it, but am not used to it. When I imagine calling someone by that name, I kind of like it. People are likely to warm up to it after the initial surprise wears off.

I think it’s handsome, but I guess it does feel too strong to me. I can picture [name]Titus[/name] on a very strong, muscular, athletic man with a commanding personality, but not to much on a boy who may happen to be slight in build and bookish instead of athletic. That’s just me, though. :slight_smile:

I love [name]Cassius[/name] and [name]Julius[/name], though, and can see them on a little boy because they feel strong, but not too strong.

Good luck!

Sorry, really dislike it as a name, it just sounds wrong to me like . Potential for lots of teasing too, [name]Titus[/name]- Tight Ass!!

Thanks for your thoughts. I think I’m leaning more toward [name]Gideon[/name] now. I love [name]Isaac[/name], but it’s just too popular now. As you can see, I like strong Biblical names for boys. :wink:

A friend of mine has a 3 year-old [name]Titus[/name]. Of course, I missed the Bible association altogether and assumed it was from [name]Shakespeare[/name]'s “[name]Titus[/name] Andronicus”. Not the happiest namesake for a wee child, but to each his own…

I like the name and don’t think that it is too strong. A friend of mine is named [name]Titus[/name] and he mostly goes by [name]Ty[/name]. I think I like the name [name]Titus[/name] more than [name]Gideon[/name].

Good [name]Luck[/name]

[name]Titus[/name] also has teasing potential because of its unfortunate first three letters…but I really love [name]Gideon[/name]! I also love [name]Isaac[/name], though it is sooo popular. What about


I really like [name]Titus[/name]. I think it’s a strong name, and agree with “[name]Ty[/name]” as a nn.
I think you sound go for it :slight_smile:
Although [name]Gideon[/name] is a great name too, but I actually prefer [name]Titus[/name] over [name]Gideon[/name].

Sorry, but I just can’t get over the [name]Titus[/name] Andronicus/revenge tragedy connections. I think a lot of people would get hung up on the [name]Shakespeare[/name] character and all of the distasteful associations (rape, murder, cannibalism) that go along with that play.

I think of [name]Titus[/name] the [name]Roman[/name] Emperor who completed the Colosseum