[ sij-il ]
/ ˈsɪdʒ ɪl /
a seal or signet.
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Origin of sigil
OTHER WORDS FROM sigilsig·il·lar·y [sij-uh-ler-ee] /ˈsɪdʒ əˌlɛr i/, adjectivesig·il·is·tic, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for sigil
As the sigil of House Tyrell is a rose, the sobriquet is a play on her cunning and prickliness.
Sigil, sij′il, n. a seal: a signature: an occult or magical mark.
British Dictionary definitions for sigil
/ (ˈsɪdʒɪl) /
a seal or signet
a sign or image supposedly having magical power
Derived forms of sigilsigillary (ˈsɪdʒɪlərɪ), adjective
Word Origin for sigil
C17: from Latin sigillum a little sign, from signum a sign
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