titania(redirected from Titania (mythology))
Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Ti·ta·ni·a(tĭ-tā′nē-ə, -tān′yə, tī-)
1. The queen of the fairies and wife of Oberon in medieval folklore.
2. A satellite of Uranus.
[From Latin Tītānia, the goddess Diana, sister to the sun, from feminine of Tītānius, of the Titans, from Tītān, Titan; see Titan.]
(Elements & Compounds) another name for titanium dioxide
1. (European Myth & Legend) (in medieval folklore) the queen of the fairies and wife of Oberon
2. (Classical Myth & Legend) (in classical antiquity) a poetic epithet used variously to characterize Circe, Diana, Latona, or Pyrrha
(Celestial Objects) the largest of the satellites of Uranus and the second furthest from the planet
ti•ta•ni•a(taɪˈteɪ ni ə)
synthetic rutile, TiO2, used as a gem.
Ti•ta•ni•a(tɪˈteɪ ni ə, taɪ-)
the wife of Oberon and the queen of fairyland in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Switch to new thesaurus
|Noun||1.||titania - a white powder used as a pigment for its high covering power and durability|
oxide - any compound of oxygen with another element or a radical
pigment - dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
|2.||Titania - (Middle Ages) the queen of the fairies in medieval folklore|
folklore - the unwritten lore (stories and proverbs and riddles and songs) of a culture