nounpl. si·gno′ri or Eng. si·gno′res
-  sir: Italian title of respect, used in direct address without the name
- a man; gentleman
Origin of signoreItalian from Medieval Latin senior, lord from L: see senior
- pl. si·gno·ri, Abbr. Sig. or S. Used as a form of polite address for a man in an Italian-speaking area.
- A plural of signora
Origin of signoreItalian from Medieval Latin senior lord from Latin elder ; see senior . Sense 2, Italian pl. of signora ; see signora .
- Alternative form of signor.