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Special interest group.
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Signal.
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Signature.
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Signa (mark or label it)
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Signature.
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Signetur (let it be marked or labeled)
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Signor.
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Signore.
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Label it; let it be labeled.
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Signal.
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Signature.
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Signor.
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Signore.
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Signori.
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Signa (mark or label it)
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Signature.
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Signetur (let it be marked or labeled)
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(1) (SIGnature) A text-based name and address appended to email and Usenet messages. The "sig block" is the complete signature, which may include a favorite quote or saying or even a logo made up of characters (see ASCII art).
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(informal) A signature, usually when used as a digital signature on emails.
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(UK, dialectal) Urine.
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Origin of sig

  • From Middle English sige (“victory, success, triumph"), from Old English sige (“victory, success, triumph; sinking, setting (of the sun)"), from Proto-Germanic *segaz, from Proto-Indo-European *segÊ°- (“to hold"), *seghe-. Compare West Frisian sege, Dutch zege, German Sieg, Danish sejr, Swedish seger.

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  • A shortened form of signature.

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  • Related to sink (“to fall").

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