Titular Adjectival

Have you given or been given a Titular Adjective? What is a Titular Adjective? I’m glad you asked. A Titular Adjective is a descriptive word that is used as a title for a person or thing. You would see it often used in IT to call a Sys-Admin a Geek. Having once been used as an adjective to describe someone as an intelligent but socially inept person, it is now given as a title to those who can understand the inner working and easily manage today’s technology. This title, which was once derogatory is now a badge of pride.
I have been given a Titular Adjective by one of my co-workers. I am beginning to be know as ‘Foot’. This was originally ‘Leg-End’ which is a mispronunciation of ‘Legend’. I have come to enjoy to title and have linked the PDF of the sheet now attached to my desk. Legend Foot
Have you been given a Titular Adjective at work, school or home? Add your comments below letting us know.

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