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sīgnō āvī, ātus, āre

signum, to set a mark upon, mark, mark out, designate : sonos notis: in animo suam speciem: signata sanguine pluma est, O.: campum, V.: humum limite, O.: pede certo humum, press , H.: summo vestigia pulvere, imprint , V.: caeli regionem in cortice signant, cut , V.: ceram figuris, imprint , O.: cruor signaverat herbas, had stained , O.: signata in stirpe cicatrix, V.To impress with a seal, seal, seal up, affix a seal to : signatus libellus: volumina, H.: epistula, N.—Poet.: signanda sunt iura, i. e. to be established , Pr.: Signatum memori pectore nomen habe, imprinted , O.To mark with a stamp, stamp, coin : aurum publice: pecunia signata Illyriorum signo, L.: sed cur navalis in aere Altera signata est, O.To distinguish, adorn, decorate : (eum) superum honore, V.—Fig., to point out, signify, indicate, designate, express : unius oratoris locutio hoc proprio signata nomine est (sc. oratione): Fama signata loco est, O.: ut videt Se signari oculis, singled out , V.To distinguish, note, mark : ora sono discordia, V.: animo signa quodcumque in corpore mendum est, O.

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