titled

[ tahyt-ld ]
/ ˈtaɪt ld /

adjective

having a title, especially of nobility: the titled families of Europe.

Origin of titled

First recorded in 1740–50; title + -ed3
Related formsnon·ti·tled, adjective

Definition for titled (2 of 2)

title

[ tahyt-l ]
/ ˈtaɪt l /

noun

adjective

of or relating to a title: the title story in a collection.
that decides a title: a title bout.

verb (used with object), ti·tled, ti·tling.

to furnish with a title; designate by an appellation; entitle.

Origin of title

before 950; Middle English, variant of titel, Old English titul < Latin titulus superscription, title
SYNONYMS FOR title
14 denominate, term, call, style.
Related formsmis·ti·tle, verb (used with object), mis·ti·tled, mis·ti·tling.non·ti·tle, adjectivere·ti·tle, verb (used with object), re·ti·tled, re·ti·tling.un·der·ti·tle, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for titled (1 of 2)

titled

/ (ˈtaɪtəld) /

adjective

having a titlethe titled classes

British Dictionary definitions for titled (2 of 2)

title

/ (ˈtaɪtəl) /

noun

verb

(tr) to give a title to

Word Origin for title

C13: from Old French, from Latin titulus
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