See also: τιτάνας

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Etymology Edit

From Ancient Greek Τιτάν from the ancient accusative τὸν Τιτᾶνα. For the figurative sense, semantic loan from French titan, from Latin Titan, from Ancient Greek.

Pronunciation Edit

  • IPA(key): /tiˈta.nas/
  • Hyphenation: Τι‧τά‧νας

Proper noun Edit

Τιτάνας (Titánasm

  1. (Greek mythology) Titan, one of race of giants called Titans, the children of Uranus and Gia.
  2. (astronomy) Titan, the largest moon of Saturn.
  3. (figurative) see τιτάνας

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