Forget about CRUD
This answer may help explain why CRUD is helpful as a programming pattern but not very helpful as a UX pattern:
Page titles are useful for:
- Informing (or reminding) users about the purpose of the page.
- Providing users with an orientation of where they are in the application/site.
- Providing an entry point to the workflow of the page.
Therefore, a decent way to decide on what page title to use is to look at those design objectives and figure out:
What would help the user accomplish the page workflow?
For example, if your CRUD revolves around financial payments it might be: Make a payment, Adjust payment details, Revoke a payment.
If your CRUD app is a restaurant app your titles might be: Create a reservation, Change a reservation, Cancel a reservation.
...in each of these cases, the language of the title has been crafted to suit a particular business task rather than a technical function (Create, Edit, Delete, etc).