Titan ('ta?t?n) or perhaps feminine Titaness
titan ['ta?t?n] n -> titan m business titan
2. titan 1 of prodigious size, strength, or achievement: "the twin titans in the beverage industry" (David Barboza).
a. (in Greek myth) any of a race associated with gods, the children of Uranus and Gaea, whom lost their supremacy over the planet after a fantastic battle with almost all the Olympian gods.
b. any one of a quantity of figures associated with Greek myth sometimes represented as offspring of the Titans.
1. a new individual associated with great power or perhaps size
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[Middle English, Helios, via Latin T?t?n, coming from Greek.]
[C17: coming from Titan1]
3. Any satellite involving Saturn.
1. (Celestial Objects) your largest satellite of the planet Saturn, creating a thick atmosphere consisting mainly involving nitrogen. Diameter: 5150 km
Titan ['ta?t?n] N -> titn m
2. the moon with the planet Saturn: the largest moon within the solar system.
Titan ['ta?t/?n] n -> Titano/a
1. (Classical Myth & Legend) any of a loved ones of primordial gods, the particular sons along with daughters associated with Uranus (sky) and also Gaea (earth)
Tiotan ('ta?t n)
1. Greek Mythology one of a loved ones regarding giants, the children involving Uranus along with Gaea, who sought in order to rule heaven and had been overthrown and supplanted from the loved ones involving Zeus.
2. (Classical Myth & Legend) some of your offspring of the children involving Uranus along with Gaea
3. (usu. l.c.) one of fantastic size, strength, or perhaps influence: any titan regarding industry.
[1400-50; late middle English: the actual sun, Helios < Latin T?t?n < Greek T?tan]