paraph (par-[schwa]f), n.

1. Hist. A flourish that follows a signature, intended as a safeguard against forgery.

2. Civil law. A signature itself; esp., a notary public’s signature on a document, followed by the date, names of the parties, and seal.

paraph (par-[schwa]f), vb. Civil law. To add a paraph to (paraphed the contract).

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