- The definition of a Titan is a giant in Greek mythology.
An example of a Titan is the character Goliath from the Bible.
- Titan means a very large or powerful person or thing.
An example of a titan is the United States economy and how it affects the rest of the world.
- Old Poet. Helios
- Gr. Myth. any of a race of giant deities who are overthrown by the Olympian gods
- any person or thing of great size or power
- the largest of the satellites of Saturn: the only one in the solar system known to have a permanent atmosphere
Origin of TitanMiddle English ; from Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek (pl. Titanes)
- Greek Mythology One of a family of giants, the children of Uranus and Gaea, who sought to rule heaven and were overthrown and supplanted by the family of Zeus.
- titan One of prodigious size, strength, or achievement: “the twin titans of the beverage industry” (David Barboza).
- The largest satellite of Saturn and the second largest satellite in the solar system.
Origin of TitanMiddle English, Helios, from Latin Tītān, from Greek.
From Ancient Greek Î¤Î¹Ï„Î¬Î½ (Titan).