[in-sig-nee-uh] /ɪnˈsɪg ni ə/
noun, formally a plural of, insigne but usually used as a singular with plural, insignia or insignias.
a badge or distinguishing mark of office or honor:
a military insignia.
a distinguishing mark or sign of anything:
an insignia of mourning.
[in-sig-nee] /ɪnˈsɪg ni/
singular of .
noun (pl) -nias, -nia
a badge or emblem of membership, office, or dignity
a distinguishing sign or mark
1640s, from Latin insignia, neuter plural of insigne “badge, mark,” from in- “in” (see in- (2)) + signum “mark” (see sign). Singular is insigne.
[in-sig-nif-i-kuh ns] /ˌɪn sɪgˈnɪf ɪ kəns/ noun 1. the quality or condition of being ; lack of importance or consequence. n. 1690s, from insignificant + -ance. Related: Insignificancy (1650s).
[in-sig-nif-i-kuh n-see] /ˌɪn sɪgˈnɪf ɪ kən si/ noun, plural insignificancies for 2. 1. . 2. an person or thing.
[in-sig-nif-i-kuh nt] /ˌɪn sɪgˈnɪf ɪ kənt/ adjective 1. unimportant, trifling, or petty: Omit the insignificant details. 2. too small to be important: an insignificant sum. 3. of no consequence, influence, or distinction: a minor, insignificant bureaucrat. 4. without weight of character; contemptible: an insignificant fellow. 5. without meaning; meaningless: insignificant sounds. noun 6. a word, […]
[in-sin-seer] /ˌɪn sɪnˈsɪər/ adjective 1. not sincere; not honest in the expression of actual feeling; hypocritical. /ˌɪnsɪnˈsɪə/ adjective 1. lacking sincerity; hypocritical adj. 1620s (implied in insincerely), from Latin insincerus “not genuine, not pure, adulterated,” from in- “not” (see in- (1)) + sincerus (see sincere).