from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A titleholder; a titular.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative form of titular.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Consisting in a title; titular.
- adj. Of or pertaining to a title.
- n. A person invested with a title, in virtue of which he holds an office or benefice, whether he performs the duties of it or not.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting in a title; bearing a title; titular.
- Of or pertaining to a title; dependent upon or proceeding from a right or title.
- n. The holder of a title; a titular incumbent or holder.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to a legal title to something
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Her titulary aspects do not conflict with that assumption and I was deeply gratified to find a PhD who could include significant details Wikipedia missed.
I cannot recall the exact source offhand, Sumer I think but compound imagery was the mode of explaining cosmogenesis and theogony in pre-literate and pari-literate times and we find the residue of similar explicatory "myths" in subsequent sets of icons such as Anahita, whose personification of a complete cornucopia is evident in her titulary associations with "water" and all living things.
I direct a special thought to Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Dean of the College of Cardinals, titulary of this suburbicarian diocese of yours, and who today joins his happiness with yours.
 For Philocleon, the titulary god was Lycus, the son of Pandion, the
By dint of close research I discovered that the date favored by the inhabitants of Zagazig, as that upon which such creatures were born there, corresponded very closely with the Sacred Sothic month, formerly sacred to Bâst, the titulary goddess of the place, corresponded in short with the ancient Feast of Bâst.
Returning to Texas, he continued in the mission field two years longer, when he returned to France with health broken and was appointed titulary canon of Montpellier.
Bishop of Quebec found about twenty families at St. John in 1815, and he named St. Malachy as titulary of the small church they were completing there.
In canon law an option is a way of obtaining a benefice or a title, by the choice of the new titulary himself.
During the French occupation Samaria was a Latin bishopric, and several titulary bishops are mentioned (Eubel, "Hierarchia Catholica medii ævi", I, 445; II, 309).
Apostolic of Columbia, under Rt.Rev. A. Blanchet, titulary.