Latin sigillum (seal)
adjective 1. (of a ceramic object) having stamped decorations. 2. Botany. having markings that resemble the impressions of a seal.
noun the science and study of seals Word Origin Latin sigillum ‘seal’
noun 1. the gathering of military or other intelligence by interception of electronic signals and consisting of comint and elint.
noun 1. 1368–1437, Holy Roman emperor 1411–37. noun 1. 1368–1437, king of Hungary (1387–1437) and of Bohemia (1419–37); Holy Roman Emperor (1411–37). He helped to end the Great Schism in the Church; implicated in the death of Huss