MEANING: adjective:
1. Of great power, strength, size, etc.
2. Relating to or made of the element titanium.

ETYMOLOGY: After Titan, any of a family of giant gods in Greek mythology. The element titanium is named after Titans because of its high strength. Earliest documented use: 1628; for sense 2: 1814. Another word coined after the Titans is titanism

TRITANIC - containing tritium

TITANTIC - a step above belly-dancing

TISANIC - brewed from plant leaves and stems