Synonyms and related words:
ID card, John Hancock, OK, Smyth sewing, X, accent, accent mark, acceptance, accommodation, acknowledgment, acknowledgments, adjustment, affirmance, affirmation, approbation, approval, arrangement, article, authentication, authorization, autograph, back, back matter, backing, badge, banner, bar, bastard title, bibliography, bibliopegy, binder board, binding, book, book cloth, book cover, book jacket, bookbinding, bookcase, by-line, calligram, calling card, cancel, card, case, casemaking, casing-in, catch line, catchword, certification, chapter, character, characteristic, christcross, cipher, citation, clause, closing, collating, collating mark, colophon, conclusion, confession, confirmation, contents, contents page, copyright page, countermark, countersign, countersignature, counterstamp, cover, credentials, credit line, cross, custos, dedication, device, differentia, direct, dog tag, dot, dust cover, dust jacket, earmark, endleaf, endorsement, endpaper, endsheet, errata, expression mark, fascicle, fermata, flyleaf, folding, folio, footband, fore edge, foreword, front matter, gathering, gluing-off, go-ahead, green light, half-title page, hallmark, hand, hard binding, head, headband, hold, identification, identification badge, identification tag, idiosyncrasy, image, imprimatur, imprint, index, indicant, indicator, initials, ink, inscription, insignia, introduction, jacket, key signature, keynote, lead, leaf, letter of introduction, library binding, ligature, lining, lining-up, makeup, mark, mark of signature, measure, mechanical binding, metronomic mark, monogram, niggerhead, nod, notarization, notation, note, number, okay, page, paragraph, passage, pause, peculiarity, perfect binding, permission, phrase, picture, plastic binding, preface, preliminaries, presa, press card, property, ratification, recto, reference, representation, representative, reverso, rounding, rubber stamp, running title, saddle stitching, sanction, seal, sealing, section, segno, sentence, serial number, settlement, sewing, sheet, side sewing, sigil, sign, sign manual, signal, signet, signing, slipcase, slipcover, slur, smashing, soft binding, solemnization, spiral binding, stamp, stamp of approval, stamping, stapling, subscribe, subscription, subtitle, sure sign, swell, symbol, symptom, table of contents, tail, tailband, telltale sign, tempo mark, tessera, text, the nod, theme song, tie, time signature, tipping, title, title page, trademark, trait, tribute, trim size, trimming, type page, validation, verse, verso, vinculum, visa, vise, visiting card, warrant, wire stitching, wrapper

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.


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  • signature — [ siɲatyr ] n. f. • 1430; lat. médiév. signatura, du lat. class. signator « signataire » 1 ♦ Inscription qu une personne fait de son nom (sous une forme particulière et constante) pour affirmer l exactitude, la sincérité d un écrit ou en assumer… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • signature — sig‧na‧ture [ˈsɪgnətʆə ǁ ər] noun 1. [countable] BANKING your name written in the way you usually write it, for example at the end of a letter or on a cheque. It is often used to give official or legal permission for something: • I couldn t read… …   Financial and business terms

  • signature — sig·na·ture n 1 a: the act of signing one s name or of making a mark in lieu thereof b: the name of a person written with his or her own hand to signify that the writing which precedes accords with his or her wishes or intentions c: any mark (as… …   Law dictionary

  • signature — Signature. s. f. Le sein de quelqu un apposé à une lettre, à un contract. Je connois sa signature. il y a vingt signatures à ce contract. c est un habile faussaire, il contrefait toutes les signatures. cette signature est fausse. mettre un arrest …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • signature — [sig′nə chər] n. [LL signatura < L signare: see SIGNATORY] 1. a person s name written by that person; also, a representation of this in a mark, stamp, deputy s handwriting, etc. 2. the act of signing one s name 3. an identifying characteristic …   English World dictionary

  • Signature — Sig na*ture, n. [F. (cf. It. signatura, segnatura, Sp. & LL. signatura), from L. signare, signatum. See {Sign}, v. t.] 1. A sign, stamp, or mark impressed, as by a seal. [1913 Webster] The brain, being well furnished with various traces,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • signature — ► NOUN 1) a person s name written in a distinctive way as a form of identification or authorization. 2) the action of signing something. 3) a distinctive product or characteristic by which someone or something can be identified. 4) Music a key… …   English terms dictionary

  • Signature — Sig na*ture, v. t. To mark with, or as with, a signature or signatures. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • signature — 1530s, a kind of document in Scottish law, from M.Fr. signature (16c.), from M.L. signatura sign, in classical L. the matrix of a seal, from signatus, pp. of signare to mark, sign (see SIGN (Cf. sign)). Meaning one s own name written in one s own …   Etymology dictionary

  • Signature — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Signature (homonymie). La signature de John Hancock est l une des plus remarquables de la Déclaration d indépendance des États Unis d Amérique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Signature — A signature (from Latin signare , sign ) is a handwritten (and sometimes stylized) depiction of someone s name, nickname or even a simple X that a person writes on documents as a proof of identity and intent. The writer of a signature is a… …   Wikipedia

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