Signer vs. Signor - What's the difference?

Signer vs. Signor

Signer

1. Etymology

sign +‎ -er.

2. Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -aɪnə(ɹ)

3. Noun

signer (plural signers)

  1. One who signs something.
    John Hancock is a famous signer of the Declaration of Independence.
    Synonyms: signatory
  2. One who uses sign language.

4. Anagrams

  • Greins, Negris, Singer, nigres, re-nigs, re-sign, reigns, resign, resing, singer

Signor

1. Etymology

Borrowing from Italian signor, apocopic form of signore.

2. Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈsiːnjɔː/

3. Noun

signor (plural signors or signori)

  1. A courtesy title for a man of Italian origin.

4. Anagrams

  • Gorins, O-rings, girons, grison, groins, rosing, soring

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