As a Noun
1. The name of a book, play, film or piece of music. English = title.
2. The thing, person, or idea that is being discussed or written about. English = topic, subject, theme.
3. A word or phrase that is usually used in a particular situation or by particular people, and that you are quoting, explaining, or commenting on. English = expression.
As a Verb or Adjective
1. Of a book, play, film, or piece of music, to have a name. English = (be) entitled, (be) called.
1. Used to draw attention to the actual words or signs that you have said or are about to say because you are quoting something exactly. English = quote.
2. Used to draw attention to the actual words or signs that you have said or are about to say because it is a little unusual to express it this way or because it is metaphorical, not literally so. English = so to speak, so to say, as it were.