AskDefine | Define sig

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English

Noun

sig
  1. Shortened form of signature, usually when used as a digital signature on emails.

Danish

Pronoun

sig

Faroese

Verb form

sig
  • imperative singular of siga
  1. say!

Icelandic

Etymology 1

Noun

sig (sig-s, -)
  1. subsidence
Derived terms
See also

Etymology 2

Alternative spellings

  • sik (obsolete)

Pronoun

sig
  1. (reflexive) third person reflexive pronoun meaning oneself (and also depending on context himself, herself, itself and themselves)
    Hann drap sig.
    He killed himself.
    Hún drap sig.
    She killed herself.
Derived terms

Swedish

Alternative spellings

  • sej (strongly colloquial)

Pronoun

sig
  1. reflexive case of han, hon, den, det, de or man; c.f. himself, herself, itself, themselves, oneself
    Antagligen skulle han vilja lära sig jonglera. = He would probably like to learn how to juggle.
    Hon lärde sig själv. = She taught herself.
    Skar de sig på knivarna? = Did they cut themselves on the knives?

See also

Western Apache

Pronunciation

  • [sɪ̀k]

Etymology

From Proto-Athabascan *-x̯ɑ̓t’.
Cognates: Navajo sid, Mescalero sįh.

Noun

sig
The form sig in the White Mountain variety; sid occurs in White Mountain and Dilze’eh (Tonto); shig occurs in Cibecue; shid occurs in Dilze’eh and San Carlos varieties;

Extensive Definition

Sig may refer to:
The acronym SIG may stand for:

See also

sig in German: Sig
sig in Esperanto: SIG
sig in French: Sig
sig in Italian: SIG
sig in Japanese: SIG
sig in Portuguese: SIG
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