Titan (n.)
one of the titles of the Roman sun-god, Sol
1H4 II.iv.116[Prince Hal to all, of Falstaff] Didst thou never see Titan kiss a dish of butter
Cym III.iv.165[Pisanio to Innogen] the greedy touch / Of common-kissing Titan
RJ II.ii.191[Romeo alone] darkness fleckled like a drunkard reels / From forth day's pathway made by Titan's wheels
TC V.x.25[Troilus to all] Let Titan rise as early as he dare
Tit I.i.229[Titus to all, of Saturninus] whose virtues will, I hope / Reflect on Rome as Titan's rays on earth
Tit II.iv.31[Marcus to Lavinia] Yet do thy cheeks look red as Titan's face
Ven.177Titan, tired in the midday heat
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