[tahyt-l] /ˈtaɪt l/
the distinguishing name of a book, poem, picture, piece of music, or the like.
a descriptive heading or caption, as of a chapter, section, or other part of a book.
a descriptive or distinctive appellation, especially one belonging to a person by right of rank, office, attainment, etc.:
the title of Lord Mayor.
Sports. the championship:
He won the title three years in a row.
an established or recognized right to something.
a ground or basis for a claim.
anything that provides a ground or basis for a claim.
Usually, titles. Movies, Television.
of or relating to a title:
the title story in a collection.
that decides a title:
a title bout.
verb (used with object), titled, titling.
to furnish with a title; designate by an appellation; entitle.
the distinctive name of a work of art, musical or literary composition, etc
a descriptive name, caption, or heading of a section of a book, speech, etc
See title page
a name or epithet signifying rank, office, or function
a formal designation, such as Mr, Mrs, or Miss
an appellation designating nobility
(sport) a championship
a definite spiritual charge or office in the church, without appointment to which a candidate for holy orders cannot lawfully be ordained
(RC Church) a titular church
(transitive) to give a title to
c.1300, “inscription, heading,” from Old French title (12c.), and in part from Old English titul, both from Latin titulus “inscription, heading,” of unknown origin. Meaning “name of a book, play, etc.” first recorded mid-14c. The sense of “name showing a person’s rank” is first attested 1580s.
“to furnish with a title,” late 14c., from title (n.). Related: Titled; titling.
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[mis-uh l] /ˈmɪs əl/ noun 1. a large, European thrush, Turdus viscivorus, that feeds on the berries of the mistletoe. /ˈmɪsəl/ noun 1. a large European thrush, Turdus viscivorus, with a brown back and spotted breast, noted for feeding on mistletoe berries
- Mistletoe bird
noun 1. a small Australian flower-pecker, Dicaeum hirundinaceum, that feeds on mistletoe berries
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