See also: titan, Títan, títan, Titán, titán, and tǐtán

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From Ancient Greek Τιτάν (Titán).

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Titan (plural Titans)

  1. (mythology) Any of the race of giant gods in Greek mythology that preceded and was overthrown by the Olympian gods.

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Titan

 
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The moon Titan
  1. (Greek mythology) Another name for Helios, a personification of the Sun.
  2. (astronomy) A moon in Saturn, Solar System. The largest moon of the planet Saturn.

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Borrowed from Latin Tītān, Tītānus, Ancient Greek Τιτάν (Titán).

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Titan m (weak, genitive Titanen, plural Titanen)

  1. (Greek mythology) Titan
  2. (higher register) titan
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Titan m (proper noun, strong, genitive Titans or (only with an article) Titan)

  1. (astronomy) Titan (one of Saturn's moons)
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Titan n (strong, genitive Titans, no plural)

  1. titanium
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Titan

  1. Rōmaji transcription of ティタン

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Chemical element
Ti
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Titan ? (uncountable)

  1. titanium

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Titan c (genitive Titans)

  1. (astronomy) Titan, a moon of Saturn

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