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antĭsigmă , ătis, n., = ἀντίσιγμα.
I. A character, Ↄ, which the emperor Claudius wished to introduce into Latin for ps = the Gr. ψ, Prisc. p. 558 P.; cf. Schneid. Gram. 1, 5; Wordsworth's Early Lat. p. 9.—
II. A critical mark, Ↄ, placed before a verse which is to be transposed, Isid. Orig. 1, 20.
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