intitule

verb
in·​tit·​ule | \ in-ˈti-(ˌ)chül How to pronounce intitule (audio) \
intituled; intituling

Definition of intitule

transitive verb

British
: to furnish (something, such as a legislative act) with a title or designation

First Known Use of intitule

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for intitule

Middle English intitulen, entitlen to give a title to — more at entitle

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