signa

[sig-nuh]

Origin of signa

< Latin signā, 2nd person singular present imperative active of signāre; see sign
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Examples from the Web for signa

Historical Examples of signa

  • Signa would not come that way now, since he had to be in the town for the evening.

  • Signa and Nelse were staying on with Alexandra until winter.

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    Willa Cather

  • Signa had shyly asked to have the wedding put off until Emil came home.

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  • When they got home, Signa had a fire burning in the sitting-room stove.

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  • Signa held the lantern so that he could see to buckle the straps.

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