титан

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Bulgarian[edit]

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тита́н (titánm

  1. (mythology) Titan
  2. (figuratively) titan
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тита́н (titánm (related adjective тита́нов)

  1. titanium
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Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic титан (tïtan)
Arabic تيتان
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Russian тита́н (titán), from Ancient Greek Τιτάν (Titán).

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титан (tïtan)

  1. titanium

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титан (titanm

  1. Titan

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Russian[edit]

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тита́н (titánm inan (genitive тита́на, nominative plural тита́ны, genitive plural тита́нов, related adjective титани́ческий or тита́новый)

  1. titanium
  2. Titan
  3. (colloquial, Soviet Union) boiler, wood-fired water heater

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