mean, intend, signify, stand for(verb)
denote or connote
"`maison' means `house' in French"; "An example sentence would show what this word means"
convey or express a meaning
"These words mean nothing to me!"; "What does his strange behavior signify?"
make known with a word or signal
"He signified his wish to pay the bill for our meal"
To give (something) a meaning or an importance.
To show oneu2019s intentions with a sign etc.
To mean; to betoken.
to show by a sign; to communicate by any conventional token, as words, gestures, signals, or the like; to announce; to make known; to declare; to express; as, a signified his desire to be present
to mean; to import; to denote; to betoken
Signify is the fourth studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree. It was released in September 1996 and later re-released in 2003 with a second disc of demos, which had previously been released on the b-side cassette tape Insignificance, and a third time, on vinyl, on 9 May 2011. It was the first album that frontman Steven Wilson recorded with the band on board from the beginning; previous albums had been essentially solo efforts with occasional help from other musicians.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sig′ni-fī, v.t. to make known by a sign or by words: to mean: to indicate or declare: to have consequence.—v.i. to be of consequence:—pa.t. and pa.p. sig′nifīed.—adj. Sig′nifiable, that may be signified or represented by symbols.—n. Signif′icance, that which is signified: meaning: importance: moment—also Signif′icancy.—adj. Signif′icant, signifying: expressive of something: standing as a sign.—adv. Signif′icantly.—ns. Signif′icate, in logic, one of several things signified by a common term; Significā′tion, act of signifying: that which is signified: meaning.—adj. Signif′icātive, signifying: denoting by a sign: having meaning: expressive.—adv. Signif′icātively, in a significative manner: so as to betoken by an external sign.—ns. Signif′icātiveness, the quality of being significative; Signif′icātor, one who signifies: (astrol.) a planet ruling a house.—adj. Signif′icatory. [L. significāre, -ātum, signum, a sign, facĕre, to make.]
The numerical value of signify in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of signify in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Today signifies a very great day for our country. When the news was bad, we reported it. We stand here today to signify good news.
Today signifies a very great day for our country. When the news was bad, we reported the bad news. We stand here today to signify good news.
Non-violence does not signify that man must not fight against the enemy, and by enemy is meant the evil which men do, not the human beings themselves.
A fine watch can signify an achievement, like branching out on your own, graduating university, or getting your first job, it can mark a new stage in your life.
The fact that they're showing in Detroit doesn't really signify that they're coming soon, they're showcasing that they're in the game, looking to expand beyond the home market.
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