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The name Titanic means enormous, overpowering and awesomely mighty. It originates from the Titans, a legendary race of giants who were said to have battled with the Gods of an…cient Greece.
\nTitanic come from the Titans, a Greek mythology. The Titans were a race of powerful deities that ruled during the legendary Golden Age. Their role as Elder Gods was overthro…wn by a race of younger gods, the Olympians\n. \nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titan_(mythology)
The Titans are early Greek personifications of elementary forces, pictured as the parents of the Gods. A titan is a great and powerful or influential person, especially in the… context of some field of endeavor, for example "Red Auerbach is a titan among Boston sports figures."
The adjective for Titanic means: huge, great
Titanic comes from the word "titans" from Greek Mythology. The titans were the first gods in greek mythology. The leader (Kronos) like the ship was thought to be invinsable un…til Zeus killed him and freed his siblings from Kronos stomach. The ship not only took its name from these Mythic creatures, but was also thought to be unsinkable, and was just as shocking to man as was the defeat of Kronos in legand, when it hit the iceberg and sunk.
well the titanic was very precouis o the world because it is the biggest ship in the world and it sank the first time it set sail how to think all them 2300 lost there ives ca…use it was so cold in the north Atlantic shame huh id be scared to think that i would freeze to death any minite anyway that's why the titanic is OS famous.
Titanic means huge and powerful of exceptional strength, size, or power.
Not quite - the name Titantic came from the Titans in Greek mythology. A titan was a symbol of power.
it means strong, great, majestic (unsinkable)
Yes it does
It is a adjective for a titan like body or powers.(Titans are the ones created by Gaea (Earth) and Uranus. They were before the Gods)
huge boat. The etymology of the word goes back to the Titans of Greek mythology. They were the oldest and largest of the gods. So the word means huge and powerful.
By itself, nothing as it's not an acronym.
CQD was the call for distress initially used by the Titanic in 1912, introduced in 1904 by the Morse International Marine Communication Company. This earlier wireless distress… call was meant as 'All Stations: Distress'. Adopted in 1906, the more easily transmitted 'SOS' was in parallel use at the time of the disaster. 'SOS' is the Morse code international distress signal. It doesn't actually mean anything but is simply a combination of two easily distinguishable letters: 'S' (...) and 'O' (---). The letters were chosen because of the ease of transmission and the distinctive sound of the repetition which is easily recognized in any language.
exceptional strength, size, or power
it was meant for luxury and beauty
It is derived from the "Titans", a family of giant Gods in ancient Greek mythology. There were 3 sister ships built (Olympic, Titanic and Gigantic) each with names to indicate… how big and indestructible they were supposed to be.