Sigil meaning

sĭj'əl, sĭg'ĭl
A sign or an image considered magical.
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A seal; a signet.
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A seal; signet.
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An image or sign having some mysterious power in magic or astrology.
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A sign, image or symbol considered to be magical.
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(programming) A nonalphanumeric character affixed to a symbol (e.g. variable) to indicate a property such as type or scope.
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Origin of sigil

  • Latin sigillum diminutive of signum sign sekw-1 in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Wiktionary