Signer vs. Signor - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Signer (noun)

    One who signs something.

    "John Hancock is a famous signer of the Declaration of Independence."

    "signatory"

  • Signer (noun)

    One who uses sign language.

  • Signor (noun)

    A courtesy title for a man of Italian origin.

Oxford Dictionary

  • Signor (noun)

    a title or form of address used of or to an Italian-speaking man, corresponding to Mr or sir

    "Signor Ugolotti"

    "I am a man of honour, Signor"

Webster Dictionary

  • Signer (noun)

    One who signs or subscribes his name; as, a memorial with a hundred signers.

  • Signor (noun)

    Sir; Mr.; - a title of address or respect among the Italians. Before a noun the form is Signor.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Signer (noun)

    someone who can use sign language to communicate

  • Signer (noun)

    someone who signs and is bound by a document

  • Signor (noun)

    used as an Italian courtesy title; can be prefixed to the name or used separately

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