Titaness

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Ti·tan·ess

 (tīt′n-ĭs)
n. Greek Mythology
One of the daughters of Gaea and Uranus who sought to rule heaven and were overthrown and supplanted by Zeus.
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Noun1.Titaness - (Greek mythology) any of the primordial giant goddesses who were offspring of Uranus (heaven) and Gaea (earth) in ancient mythology
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
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Saturn's satellites are named after the grandfather god's brothers and sisters, the Titans and Titanesses (such as Iapetus, Titan itself, and Phoebe), as well as their descendants (such as Calypso).
Now, sadly, we'll probably never know whether these comedy titanesses really despised one another.