paraph

[n] - a flourish added after or under your signature (originally to protect against forgery)
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Paraph

• (v. t.) To add a paraph to; to sign, esp. with the initials. • (n.) A flourish made with the pen at the end of a signature. In the Middle Ages, this formed a sort of rude safeguard against forgery.
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paraph

noun a flourish added after or under your signature (originally to protect against forgery)
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Paraph

Par'aph noun [ French paraphe , parafe , contr. from paragraphe .] A flourish made with the pen at the end of a signature. In the Middle Ages, this formed a sort of rude safeguard against forgery. Brande & C.
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Paraph

Par'aph transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Paraphed ; present participle & verbal noun Paraphing .] [ Confer French parapher , parafer .] To add a paraph to; to sign, esp. with the initials.
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paraph

flourish under one's signature
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paraph

paraph 1. A flourish made after a signature. 2. A special flourish at the end of a signature, originally as a precaution against forgery. 3. Etymology: from Middle French paraffe (French paraphe); originally, meaning 'paragraph', from Middle Latin paraphus, contraction of paragraphus.
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