SIG

1.
special-interest group.

Sig.1

1.
(in prescriptions) write; mark; label: indicating directions to be written on a package or label for the use of the patient.
Origin
< Latin signā; See signa

Sig.2

1.
let it be written.
Origin
< Latin signētur

sig.

1.
2.
3.
signor.
Also, Sig.
4.
signore; signori.
Also, Sig.
British Dictionary definitions for SIG
sig.
 
abbreviation for
signature

Sig.
 
abbreviation for
1.  (in prescriptions) signā
2.  (in prescriptions) signature
3.  signor
4.  signore
 
[(senses 3 and 4) Italian: mister]

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SIG in Medicine

sig. abbr.

  1. Latin signa (sign; label)

  2. Latin signetur (let it be labeled; let it be signed)

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SIG in Technology

Signal Processing, Analysis, and Display program. An environment with an associated programming language by Jan Carter of Argonne National Lab. Telephone +1 (312) 972 7250.
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Related Abbreviations for SIG

SIG

  1. signal (shortwave transmission)
  2. signature (shortwave transmission)
  3. special interest group

sig.

  1. signal
  2. signature

Sig.

  1. Latin signa (mark or label)
  2. signature
  3. Latin signetur (let it be marked or labeled)
  4. signor
  5. signore
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