Definition of intitule in English:

intitule

Syllabification: in·tit·ule
Pronunciation: /inˈtiˌCHo͝ol
 
/

verb

[with object] British
Give a specified title to (a legislative act).

Origin

late 15th century (formerly also as entitule): from Old French entituler, intituler (see entitle).

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