[noh-tuh-rahyz] /ˈnoʊ təˌraɪz/
verb (used with object), notarized, notarizing.
to certify (a document, contract, etc.) or cause to become certified through a .
(transitive) to attest to or authenticate (a document, contract, etc), as a notary
1935, from notary + -ize. Related: Notarized; notarizing.
[noh-tuh-ree] /ˈnoʊ tə ri/ noun, plural notaries. 1. . /ˈnəʊtərɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. a notary public 2. (formerly) a clerk licensed to prepare legal documents 3. (archaic) a clerk or secretary n. c.1300, “clerk, secretary,” from Old French notarie “scribe, clerk, secretary” (12c.) and directly from Latin notarius “shorthand writer, clerk, secretary,” from notare, […]
noun, plural notaries public. 1. a public officer or other person authorized to authenticate contracts, acknowledge deeds, take affidavits, protest bills of exchange, take depositions, etc. noun (pl) notaries public 1. a public official, usually a solicitor, who is legally authorized to administer oaths, attest and certify certain documents, etc
- Not at all
see: at all , def. 4.
[noh-teyt] /ˈnoʊ teɪt/ verb (used with object), notated, notating. 1. to , mark, or set down in a system of : The book describes how to notate music for instruments and voice. /nəʊˈteɪt/ verb 1. to write (esp music) in notation v. 1922, from Latin notatus, past participle of notare (see note (v.)). Related: Notated; […]