Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A dialectal form of sie.
- n. Urine; stale urine.
- n. A bath applied to the grain side of a hide or skin, before applying the black. The sig prevents the black from striking through to a light-colored flesh.
- n. Shortened form of signature, usually when used as a digital signature on emails.
- n. A victory, triumph
- n. UK, dialect urine
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Prov. Eng. Urine.
- Related to sink ("to fall"). (Wiktionary)
“I suppose putting it in my sig is a blatant invitation for clickery.”
“America was built on land stolen from the indigenous population so that it could be worked, in significant measure, by imported slaves.”
“You’re site’s URL showing up in your comment sig is enough, I think.”
“Clemens’ Constitutions, this from this or that tradition;” which, also, would much better free these epistles from the word sigēs, used in the sense whereunto it was applied by the Valentinians long after the death of”
“I was gonna say The Cheese too, but the sig is a bit too big for what would usually be a minimalist approach from the cheese.”
“I was gonna say The Cheese too, but the sig is a bit too big for what would usually be a minimalist approach from the cheese. [/ quote]: lol: My guess is SuperLink.”
“The link in your sig is the most pathetic attempt at pretension I've seen in a long look at many pretentious blogs.”
“The message box is a sort of text-window where you can highlight and copy the text, if that makes any difference. you will have to use an ocr or com interface while the link in my sig is a good place to start its important to know that without use of an ole viewer it will not help. you will need to be able to view methods available and look at the communicator documentation it will not be simple it may even be easier to write soemthing in c#”
“I added links in the footer, bottom line, that means under their and mine "sig" ..”
“It can also expand abbreviation into complete phrases, for example, you can type 'sig' and it will insert your signature.”
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English words used by foreigners in a different sense than they would be used by native speakers + madeupical "English" words that sound English but are not recognized as such by native speakers of...
Words that can replace Latinates.
Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
Edit: I've discove...
I'm making this list under duress by bilby. See comments on Specific Excrement and May or May Not Be Specific But Definitely Is Not Excrement.
If you really want to see them, I mean.
Looking for tweets for sig.