Definition for SIGN

SIGN, v.t. [sine.]

  1. To mark with characters or one's name. To sign a paper, note, deed, &c. is to write one's name a defeat, or underneath the declaration, promise, covenant, grant, &c. by which the person makes it his own act. To sign one's name, is to write or subscribe it on paper. Signing does not now include sealing.
  2. To signify; to represent typically. [Not in use.] – Taylor.
  3. To mark.
  4. To signify by the hand; to move the hand for intimating something to another.

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