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semiotic (adj.)

1620s, "of symptoms, relating to signs of diseases," from Greek semeiotikos "significant," also "observant of signs," adjective form of semeiosis "indication," from semeioun "to signal, to interpret a sign," from semeion "a sign, mark, token," from sema "sign" (see semantic). Its use in psychology dates to 1923. Related: Semiotical (1580s).

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Definitions of semiotic

semiotic (adj.)
of or relating to semiotics;
semiotic analysis
Synonyms: semiotical
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