signified definition by Webster's New World
signified definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Translation of French signifié, past participle of signifier, to signify.
Variant of signify
- to be a sign or indication of; mean: the rags that signify their poverty
- to show or make known, as by a sign, words, etc.: to signify approval by saying “aye”
Origin: Middle English signifien ; from Old French signifier ; from Classical Latin significare ; from signum, a sign plush facere, to make, do
- signifiable adjective