Consignify Con*sig"ni*fy, v. t. [Pref. con- + sognify.] To signify or denote in combination with something else. [1913 Webster]

The cipher . . . only serves to connote and consignify, and to change the value or the figures. --Horne Tooke. [1913 Webster]

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  • consignify — index construe (comprehend) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • consignify — con·signify …   English syllables

  • consignify — (ˈ)kän, kən+ transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ es) Etymology: Medieval Latin consignificare, from Latin com + significare to signify more at signify archaic : to signify in combination with something else …   Useful english dictionary

  • construe — I (comprehend) verb accipere, analyze, apprehend, ascertain the meaning of, assimilate, be aware of, be given to understand, cognize, conceive of, conclude, conclude from evidence, consignify, decipher, decode, deduce, deduce by interpretation,… …   Law dictionary

  • consignificant —   a. synonymous; meaningless unless used with another word.    ♦ consignification, n. meaning in context.    ♦ consignify, v.t …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • consignificant — |kän+ adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin consignificant , consignificans, present participle of consignificare to consignify : syncategorematic …   Useful english dictionary

  • consignificate — consigˈnificate [ad. med.L. consignificātum, neuter of pa. pple. of consignificāre to consignify.] That which is consignified …   Useful english dictionary

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