SIG

sig.

  1. signal.
  2. signature.
  3. signor.Also Sig.
  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 of Sig.

2
From the Latin word signētur
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British Dictionary definitions for sig

sig.

abbreviation for
  1. signature

Sig.

abbreviation for
  1. (in prescriptions) signā
  2. (in prescriptions) signature
  3. signor
  4. signore

Word Origin for Sig.

(sense 1) Latin: sign (senses 3 and 4) Italian: mister
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Word Origin and History for sig
n.

abbreviation of signature, 1866.

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sig in Medicine

sig.

abbr.
  1. signa (sign; label)
  2. signetur (let it be labeled; let it be signed)
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