lofnod, llofnod, llofnodion, lofnodion, lofnodau, llofnodau
Noun(1) something written by one's own hand(2) a person's own signature
Verb(1) mark with one's signature
(1) Historically, sketches have been autograph manuscripts, but today a sketch of an electronic work might be in the form of a tape, or notation might be realized in a computer notation program, and so on.(2) Fernandes left in autograph over 250 festal chanzonetas and villancicos.(3) The surviving drawings related to these prints are held to be autograph by contemporary Bruegel scholars.(4) A small boy approached him later and there was Richard, pen poised, ready to sign an autograph for this admirer.(5) After the premiere, this autograph manuscript was used for the preparation of the first edition.(6) According to experts, an autograph of a famous person on a share certificate can greatly enhance its value.(7) Some 800 autograph letters survive, perhaps a year's effort for the mature Stanford.(8) For the first time, we have detailed studies of all of Purcell's autograph manuscripts, together with surveys of the important secondary sources.(9) In his autograph scores the solo part is often only sketched in or partly notated, and it is clear that he improvised throughout a performance, not just in his cadenzas.(10) Most of those who write to the stars, ask for an autograph , a photograph, or an autographed photograph, so it is quite easy to fulfil the requests.(11) It entered the gallery under a false provenance and for a short time in the nineteenth century was regarded as autograph .(12) The computer has succeeded in dividing a set of landscape drawings by the artist between autograph works and others along the same lines as art historians.(13) Prized for their status as original autograph works of Greek art, these images stood as witnesses to the civilizing power of Rome.(14) he gave me his autograph(15) It wasn't everyday you met someone who didn't want your autograph when they realized you were a celebrity.(16) The original Italian version has recently come to light, discovered in an autograph manuscript held in the Vatican Library.
1. signature ::
3. sign ::
4. sign one's name to ::
llofnodi un enw i
Different Formsautograph, autographed, autographing, autographs
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