How Do You Spell TITLED?

Pronunciation: [tˈa͡ɪtə͡ld] (IPA)

The word "titled" is spelled as /ˈtaɪtld/ in IPA phonetic transcription. The letter "t" is pronounced as the voiceless alveolar stop /t/, followed by the vowel "i" as the diphthong /aɪ/. The letter "t" is repeated again, followed by the voiced alveolar lateral approximant /l/, and finally the silent letter "e". This spelling is used to differentiate between the verb "title" and the adjective form of the word, which is spelled as "titled". Correct spelling is essential for effective writing and communication.

TITLED Meaning and Definition

  1. Titled is an adjective that refers to something being named or designated with a formal title or name. It is commonly used to describe a written work, such as a book, article, or a piece of music, that has been given a specific title for identification and reference.

    When used in the context of books, titled indicates that the work has an official name that distinguishes it from other literary creations. Similarly, it is used with other written materials, such as articles or essays, to specify the name that has been assigned to that particular piece of writing. For example, "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a titled novel that highlights its official name.

    Additionally, the term can be used to indicate the status or rank of a person. In this context, being titled means holding an official position or being granted a specific honor or rank. It is often associated with the aristocracy or royalty, as they are typically referred to by their titles, such as "Duke," "Earl," "King," or "Queen."

    Overall, titled is used to characterize something as having a designated name or formal recognition. Whether it is a named writing or an individual with a distinguished rank or title, this term denotes the presence of a specific designation or honor.

  2. • Named.
    • Having a title or name of honour.

    Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.

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Etymology of TITLED

The word titled originated from the Middle English word titel, which came from the Old English word titul. This Old English term was derived from the Latin word titulus, meaning title or inscription.

Conjugate verb Titled


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