Titania Definition

tĭ-tānē-ə, -tānyə, tī-
noun
The queen of fairyland and wife of Oberon.
Webster's New World
A satellite of Uranus.
American Heritage
(chemistry) Titanium dioxide.
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Synonyms:
titanic oxidetitanium-oxidetitanium-dioxide
pronoun

Character in Shakespeare's play A Midsummer-Night's Dream, the queen of the fairies.

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(astronomy): The largest satellite of the planet Uranus.

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Origin of Titania

  • From Latin Tītānia the goddess Diana, sister to the sun from feminine of Tītānius of the Titans from Tītān Titan Titan

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • A style of Diana in Ovid, fem. of titanius, from Titan. As faeries were identified with Classical nymphs, the queen of the faeries was equated with Diana.

    From Wiktionary

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