titled

[ tahyt-ld ]
/ ˈtaɪt ld /

adjective

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

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Origin of titled

First recorded in 1740–50; title + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM titled

non·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.

OTHER WORDS FROM title

mis·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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