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signer

[sahy-ner] /ˈsaɪ nər/
noun
1.
a person who signs.
2.
a person who writes his or her name, as in token of agreement.
3.
a person who communicates by or interprets into sign language.
Origin
1605-1615
1605-15; sign + -er1
Related forms
postsigner, noun
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Examples for signer
  • Unless you have excellent credit, you'll need a co-signer to get the lowest interest rates on private loans.
  • As a co-signer, you're legally obligated for the debt.
  • The lender would not require a co-signer if the borrower met the lender's criteria for making a loan.
  • The software will request information pertaining to the authorized signer's business.
  • Note: a signer email address must be included as every filing must have a designated signer.
British Dictionary definitions for signer

signer

/ˈsaɪnə/
noun
1.
a person who signs something
2.
a person who uses sign language to communicate with deaf people
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Word Origin and History for signer
n.

1610s, agent noun from sign (v.). In American history, with reference to the Declaration of Independence, by 1865.

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