intitule

[in-tit-yool]
verb (used with object), in·tit·uled, in·tit·ul·ing. British.
  1. to give a title to (a legislative act, etc.); entitle.

Origin of intitule

1375–1425; < Late Latin intitulāre, derivative of titulus title (see in-2); replacing late Middle English entitulen < Middle French entituler < Late Latin, as above; cf. entitle
Related formsin·tit·u·la·tion, noun
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intitule

verb
  1. (tr) parliamentary procedure (in Britain) to entitle (an Act)

Word Origin for intitule

C15: from Old French intituler, from Latin titulus title
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