synthetic rutile, TiO2, used as a gem.
Other definitions for Titania (2 of 2)
(in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream) the wife of Oberon and the queen of fairyland.
Astronomy. one of the moons of Uranus.
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How to use titania in a sentence
In the book, Oberon has stolen a baby boy from mortals as a gift for his wife titania.
When titania awakens from her spell she famously says, "Methought I was enamored of an ass."
titania herself appears in the transparent robe of silver gauze.Charles Baudelaire, His Life | Thophile Gautier
It looked like titania's bleaching-ground, and as if all the fairies had hung out their white frocks to dry.
Think of Beauty and the Beast; think of titania's strange choice; think me mad.The Diamond Coterie | Lawrence L. Lynch
A smart angry discussion took place between Oberon and titania as to which of them was to have the little changeling boy.The Mysteries of All Nations | James Grant
Now you shall be titania and give us orders and things; and then, when we have finished the wreaths, we'll sing you to sleep.Quicksilver Sue | Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
British Dictionary definitions for titania (1 of 3)
another name for titanium dioxide
British Dictionary definitions for Titania (2 of 3)
(in medieval folklore) the queen of the fairies and wife of Oberon
(in classical antiquity) a poetic epithet used variously to characterize Circe, Diana, Latona, or Pyrrha
British Dictionary definitions for Titania (3 of 3)
the largest of the satellites of Uranus and the second furthest from the planet
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