||Nero's full name was: Nero Claudius Caesar Drusus Germanicus.
||name. But also a title. Emperors inherited the name of the famous Julius Caesar. The original Caesar's name is so politically powerful, that it has also been used as a title by modern kings. Tzar -- is Caesar in Russian. Kaiser -- is Caesar in German.
||Augustus. Most distinctive of all imperial titles, the title Augustus -- used by Rome's first emperor, "Augustus" Caesar -- means: giver of prosperity.
||In this form, probably means victor over the Germans.
||Pontifex Maximus. Chief priest of Roman religion.
||Tribune of the Plebes. A tribune was one of ten officials in the Roman Republic. Guardians of the lower class's [plebeians] freedom, each tribune. had the veto power over any proposed legislation. In the Roman Empire, TRP means that the emperor has the power to veto any legislation he doesn't like.
||Imperator -- emperor
||Pater Patriae. Father of his country. Another title of the emperors.