Comments for the name Sextus


Comments for SEXTUS:

The sex in this name is hilarious!
-- Anonymous User  9/28/2006
It's very immature to think that this name is "hilarious" just because it has the word "sex" in it.
-- Anonymous User  1/31/2007
I sort of like the sound of it - but I would never ever ever use it because of obvious reasons and possible teasing. Plus, what would be his nickname? Sexy? :]
-- Jasmine  3/1/2007
I'm assuming this name isn't very popular nowadays.
-- scarletquillraven  5/8/2007
Sextus is a disgusting name. I challenge you to find one more hilarious. In Roman mythology Sextus Tarquinius, the king's son, raped a noblewoman called Lucretia. After that she killed herself. Not a name you'd want to call your kid.
-- erololi  7/3/2008
While I can't recommend anybody to name their child Sextus (the name has a nice sound to it, but the teasing would be severe and probably lifelong), I wholeheartedly agree with Anonymous User 1/31/2007, and I would like to add that calling this name (or any name, for that matter) 'disgusting' is downright stupid. I'm sure that a) in history, there were many honest and good men with this name, not just the one legendary rapist, and b) there's plenty of criminals named George or Angela or whatever, and it never stopped people from using these names for their kids.
-- that one  10/4/2010
Famous bearers include: _Sextus Pompeius Magnus_, a Roman general who joined the resistance against Caesar. _Sextus Pompeius_, a senator during Tiberius’ reign, a witty and very intelligent patron of literature. _Sextus Propertius_, a poet and friend of Virgil. _Sextus Empiricus_, a physician and philosopher whose works had a profound impact on de Montaigne, Hume, Hegel and others. Sextus Julius Africanus, a Christian traveller and historian, author of Chronographiai (world history in five books). _Sextus Julius Frontinus_, one of the most distinguished Roman aristocrats of the late first century AD, an augur, civil engineer and author of technical treatises on aqueducts of Rome. _Sextus Aelius Paetus Catus_ or "the clever one", a Roman Republican consul and jurist, best-known for his interpretation of the laws of the Twelve Tables, praised by Cicero.
-- that one  10/4/2010

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