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indicia

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noun plural in·di·cia \in-ˈdi-sh(ē-)ə\

Definition of indicia

  1. 1 :  distinctive marks :  indications

  2. 2 :  postal markings often imprinted on mail or on labels to be affixed to mail



Origin and Etymology of indicia

Latin, plural of indicium sign, from indicare


First Known Use: circa 1626

Other Postal Terms

Rhymes with indicia


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indicia

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noun plural in·di·cia \in-ˈdi-shē-ə\

Legal Definition of indicia

  1. :  distinctive indications <indicia of reliability>



Origin and Etymology of indicia

Latin, plural of indicium sign, from indicare to point out


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