What Does Tito Mean?


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Shalin Choksi answered
Tito is an Italian and Spanish form of the name 'Titus'. Titus is most probably related to the word 'Titulus' which means a 'title of honour'. Titus was a helper of Saint Paul in the New Testament. Titus was also the name of a Roman emperor. Tito is a very common male Italian name. Josip Broz Tito was a famous Yugoslavian marshal and leader. He formed the Yugoslav Partisans which was an anti-fascist resistance movement. He formed and promoted the Non-Aligned Movement. Tito Jackson is the elder brother of the king of pop, Michael Jackson. Tito was also the part of the pop group The Jackson 5. Tito's Vodka is a popular brand of Texan vodka. Tito is also the name of a town in Southern Italy.
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tito quinones answered
Tito is the coolest most popular name out of my prespective
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Anonymous answered
Tito means to me my name Titus. I am proud to have this name because my grandmother name me.
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Anonymous answered
It actually means Lima in the native Bolivian language. It relates to the sacred state of the Lima amongst the Mayan people in reference to the prophecy of Quetzalcoatl's arrival in Tegucigalpa.
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Shezan Shaikh answered
Tito is actually a variant of the name Titus. It means 'defender'. It is pronounced as Tee-toe. Similar baby names are Timo, Rito, Tino, Vito, Tait, Taitt, Tate and Titos.

Undoubtedly the most famous man with the surname Tito is Josef Broz Tito or Marshall Tito. He was not only the chief architect but also the President of Yugoslavia- which of course lasted only a couple of decades- that is from 1943 to 1991. He is best remembered from being the brain behind the anti-fascist resistance movement which was known as the Yugoslav Partisans. He was a prominent and active advocate of non- alignment along with Jawaharlal Nehru of India and Chou-en Lai of China. He died in Ljubljana on the 4th March 1980.

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