There is no such thing as <meta name="title" content="...">. The correct way to give your page a title is to use <title>...</title>
A group called Dublin Core developed a kind of microformat for metadata, whereby you could use the DC. prefix in the meta name attribute, eg <meta name="DC.title" content="...">, and there were about fifteen different options, so as well as title you could have subject, language and various others. The idea was that all this metadata could be used by search engines to more accurately and more fully get all the information and details about the page. In practice, it turns out that most of the options that DC listed were either duplicating existing content (like <title> or <meta http-equiv="content-language">), or where generally pretty irrelevant.
As far as I am aware, no major search engines pay any attention to the DC metadata.