Syngraph Syn"graph, n. [L. syngrapha, Gr. ?; sy`n with + ? to write.] (Law) A writing signed by both or all the parties to a contract or bond. [1913 Webster]

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  • syngraph — syn·graph …   English syllables

  • syngraph — /siijgraef/ The name given by the canonists to deeds or other written instruments of which both parts were written on the same piece of parchment, with some word or letters of the alphabet written between them, through which the parchment was cut …   Black's law dictionary

  • syngraph — Singular of syngrapha …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • syngraph — ˈsinˌgraf, iŋˌg , rȧf noun Etymology: Latin syngraphus, from Greek syngraphos something written down, decree, contract, from syngraphein to write down, draw up a contract, from syn + graphein to write more at carve : a written statement or… …   Useful english dictionary

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