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sig.

1.
2.
3.
signor.
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4.
signore; signori.
Also, Sig.

Sig.1

1.
(in prescriptions) write; mark; label: indicating directions to be written on a package or label for the use of the patient.
Origin of Sig.1
< Latin signā; See signa

Sig.2

1.
let it be written.
Origin
From the Latin word signētur
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British Dictionary definitions for sig.

sig.

abbreviation
1.
signature

Sig.

abbreviation
1.
(in prescriptions) signā
2.
(in prescriptions) signature
3.
signor
4.
signore
Word Origin
(sense 1) Latin: sign(senses 3 and 4) Italian: mister
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sig. in Medicine

sig. abbr.

  1. Latin signa (sign; label)

  2. Latin signetur (let it be labeled; let it be signed)

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