- Atticus, adjective Latin name meaning "classic, elegant"
- Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 10,000 words Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982nPeoplenAtticus, Christian martyr, one of Agapius, Atticus, Carterius, Styriacus, Tobias, Eudoxius, Nictopolion, and Companions (d
- 310)nAtticus (philosopher) (fl
- 175), Platonist philosopher and author of lost Plato commentarynAtticus Browne (born 1991), West Indian cricketernAtticus Mitchell (born 1993), Canadian actor and musiciannAtticus Ross (born 1968), English musiciannAtticus Shaffer (born 1998), American actornArchbishop Atticus of Constantinople (406–425)nHerodes Atticus (c
- 101–177), a Greek rhetoriciannTitus Pomponius Atticus (112/109–35/32 BC), ancient Roman littérateur, philosopher, and correspondent with CiceronFictional peoplenAtticus, character in Cicero's De LegibusnAtticus, character in the The 39 Clues series of young adult novelsnAtticus Aldridge, character in Downton AbbeynAtticus Fetch, character in Californication (TV series)nAtticus Finch, central character in Harper Lee's To Kill a MockingbirdnAtticus Kodiak, character in novels by Greg RuckanSir Atticus Moon, character in Big Time MovienAtticus O’Sullivan, main character of The Iron Druid ChroniclesnAtticus Rhodes, character in the English dub of the Japanese anime Yu-Gi-Oh! GXnAtticus, character in Internet commercial of Petcube, Inc