segno

noun
se·gno | \ˈsān-(ˌ)yō \
plural segnos

Definition of segno 

: a notational sign specifically : the sign that marks the beginning or end of a musical repeat

First Known Use of segno

1908, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for segno

Italian, sign, from Latin signum — more at sign

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The first known use of segno was in 1908

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