Titan meaning

tīt'n
The definition of a Titan is a giant in Greek mythology.

An example of a Titan is the character Goliath from the Bible.

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Something or someone of very large stature, greatness, or godliness.
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The largest moon of the planet Saturn.
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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.

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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.
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Any of the giant gods in Greek mythology who preceded the Olympian gods.
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One of prodigious size, strength, or achievement.
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The largest satellite of Saturn and the second largest satellite in the solar system.
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Any of a race of giant deities who are overthrown by the Olympian gods.
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Any person or thing of great size or power.
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The largest of the satellites of Saturn: the only one in the solar system known to have a permanent atmosphere.
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(1) Various video games have used Titan in their title or as a mode of operation starting with the 1988 puzzle game Titan. An earlier game engine for Windows from Stainless Steel Studios was named Titan. Several early computers and CPUs have also gone by the name of Titan.
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Origin of titan

  • Middle English Helios from Latin Tītān from Greek
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Ancient Greek Τιτάν (Titan).
    From Wiktionary
  • From Titan.
    From Wiktionary