Menu
  

Gender: Female Pronunciation: tit-TAHN-ya Meaning of Titania: "giant, great one" Origin of Titania: Greek

Titania Origin and Meaning

The name Titania is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "giant, great one".

This name of the queen of the fairies in A Midsummer Night's Dream has a delicate, lacy charm similar to Tatiana's, but that first syllable could cause embarrassing problems.

16 names similar to Titania

These 16 names were selected by our users that were looking for other names like Titania. If you didn't find an alternative name that you like better than Titania, try our name generator. It allows you to go beyond the similarities of a name, which can provide a lot of inspiration!

Find other names based on Titania using our baby name generator.

Popularity

- this week

Famous People Named Titania

Pop Culture References for the name Titania

Tita, Tiziana, Titaniya, Tania

Comments

Eliane Says:

2018-01-04T22:46:03

I don‘t think the first syllable is the problem. What I find problematic is the Titanic connection that isn‘t a very happy one.

AllieCat718 Says:

2016-07-11T00:02:38

It sounds pretty, but I think the beginning sound could cause some teasing. :(

AllieCat718 Says:

2016-07-11T00:01:55

Oooh, that sounds pretty. I always thought it was pronounced that way. :)

RoddyThlayli Says:

2015-09-14T20:49:54

I prefer Tatiana. To me, Titania sounds too queenly.

ButterScotch Says:

2015-04-19T06:11:51

Uh yes, this name is supposed to be pronounced tie-TAYN-ya, not! tit-TAHN-ya

Everild Says:

2014-11-19T18:27:59

I am far more entranced by its phonetically obvious pronunciation "Tie-tay-nee-uh". But unfortunately, regardless of how one chooses to say it, the 'titan' connotation which walks hand in hand with 'big', 'large' and, ultimately, 'fat' would do more harm than good at school, I'm afraid - along with the beginning "Tit", come to think of it. Which is a shame because it is such a gorgeous name. Oh well. I would mark this one down as a Guilty Pleasure, but it's literary masculine counterpart Auberon/Oberon might be a worthy replacement for a son.

Zoey_Artemisia Says:

2014-11-19T04:43:36

I would definitely pronounce this like you pronounce titanium or Titan.

eveyalecia Says:

2014-08-12T23:58:43

Is this always pronounced tit-TAHN-ya? I like ty-TAIN-ee-uh much better!