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Titania the name of the queen of the fairies in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream; in the play she has quarrelled with her husband Oberon, and in revenge he causes her by enchantment to fall in love with Bottom the Weaver. The name is used by Ovid in Metamorphoses to designate Diana, Circe, and others as descended from the Titans.

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Titania In folklore, queen of the fairies and wife of Oberon. In the writings of Ovid, she represents Diana at the head of her nymphs. In Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream (1595), she quarrels with her husband over a changeling boy.

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Titania (Uranus III) One of the major satellites of Uranus, and the largest. Its radius is 788.9 km; mass 35.27×1020kg; mean density 1710kg/m3; albedo 0.18. The surface has many impact craters surrounded by bright ejecta.

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Titania (tĬtā´nēə), in astronomy, largest of the known moons, or natural satellites, of Uranus.

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