titania

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noun ti·ta·nia \ tī-ˈtā-nē-ə , tə- , -ˈtān-yə also -ˈta-nē-ə or -ˈtan-yə \

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Origin and Etymology of titania

New Latin


Titania

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noun Ti·ta·nia \ tə-ˈtān-yə , -ˈtän- ; tī-ˈtān- \

Definition of Titania

:the wife of Oberon and queen of the fairies in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream

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1590


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