signifer

Signifer vs Signified - What's the difference?

signifer | signified |


As an adjective signifer

is (obsolete) bearing signs.

As a noun signified is

(linguistics|structuralism) the concept or idea evoked by a sign.

As a verb signified is

(signify).

Terms vs Signifer - What's the difference?

terms | signifer |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective signifer is

(obsolete) bearing signs.

Signifer vs Signifier - What's the difference?

signifer | signifier |


As an adjective signifer

is (obsolete) bearing signs.

As a noun signifier is

(linguistics) the sound of spoken word or string of letters on a page that a person recognizes as a sign.

Sign vs Signifer - What's the difference?

sign | signifer |


As a noun sign

is (sometimes|also used uncountably) a visible indication.

As a verb sign

is to make a mark.

As an adjective signifer is

(obsolete) bearing signs.