signifié [see-nyee-fyey] Examples noun, plural si·gni·fiés [see-nyee-fyey] /si nyiˈfyeɪ/, French.

  1. (in linguistics) the signified.

Examples from the Web for signifie Historical Examples of signifie

  • But this may be spoken, not (as usually) to signifie Gods nature, but to signifie our intention to honor him.


    Thomas Hobbes

  • Gregory says the ceremony was intended to “signifie the resurrection of the body.”

    Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore

    Charles Hardwick

  • For euery sygne shewe and signifie oonly what e ing is  but it ne maki nat e ing at it signifie.

    Chaucer’s Translation of Boethius’s ‘De Consolatione Philosophiae’

    Geoffrey Chaucer

  • Jespre que lt prochain tu viendras maider pagailler (signifie ramer) dans un canot de sauvage.

    The Life of Albert Gallatin

    Henry Adams

  • And for our gret & singler comfort We pray you oft tymes to signifie us be wryting of youre Welfare.

    London and the Kingdom – Volume III

    Reginald R. Sharpe

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