Titulus
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Titulus

English

Etymology

From Latin titulus. Doublet of tilde, title, and tittle.

Noun

titulus (plural tituli)

  1. A caption, title or other inscription, especially an Ancient Roman type.

Latin

Etymology

Most likely from Etruscan.[1]

Pronunciation

Noun

titulus m (genitive titul?); second declension

  1. title
  2. placard, tablet
  3. inscription
  4. epitaph

Declension

Second-declension noun.

Descendants

  • Vulgar Latin: [Term?]
  • -> Ancient Greek: (títlos)
    • Greek: (títlos)
    • -> Old Armenian: (tit?os), (titlos)
  • -> Aramaic: [Term?]
    • Classical Syriac: (l?s)
  • -> Czech: titul
  • -> Dutch: titel
  • -> English: titulus
  • -> German: Titel
  • -> Icelandic: titill
  • -> Old Armenian: (t?u?t?)(perhaps)
    • Armenian: (t?u?t?)
  • -> Old English: titul
  • -> Old Irish: titul
  • -> Polish: tytu?
    • -> Russian: (titul)

References

  1. ^ Ostler, Ad Infinitum: A Biography of Latin, p. 43

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