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locus sigilli

[ loh-koos see-geel-lee; English loh-kuhs si-jil-ahy ]
/ ˈloʊ kʊs siˈgil li; English ˈloʊ kəs sɪˈdʒɪl aɪ /
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noun, plural lo·ci si·gil·li [loh-kee see-geel-lee; English loh-sahy si-jil-ahy, loh-kahy]. /ˈloʊ ki siˈgil li; English ˈloʊ saɪ sɪˈdʒɪl aɪ, ˈloʊ kaɪ/. Latin.
the place of the seal, as on a document. Abbreviations: L.S., l.s.
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British Dictionary definitions for locus sigilli

locus sigilli
/ (sɪˈdʒɪlaɪ) /

noun plural loci sigilli
the place to which the seal is affixed on legal documents, etc

Word Origin for locus sigilli

Latin
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