intitulation

noun
in·​tit·​u·​la·​tion | \ə̇n‧ˌtichəˈlāshən\
plural -s

Definition of intitulation 

archaic

: the act of giving a title to also : the title itself

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History and Etymology for intitulation

Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle French, from Medieval Latin intitulation-, intitulatio name, title, from Late Latin intitulatus (past participle of initulare) + Latin -ion-, -io -ion

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