signa

imperative verb sig·na \ˈsig-nə\

Definition of signa

  1. :  write on label

Origin and Etymology of signa

Latin, indicate, mark, imperative of signare


First Known Use: 1896


Medical Dictionary

signa

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verb imperative sig·na \ˈsig-nə\

Medical Definition of signa

  1. :  write on label—used to introduce the signature in writing a prescription; abbreviation S, Sig


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