English edit

Etymology edit

pluri- +‎ signify

Verb edit

plurisignify (third-person singular simple present plurisignifies, present participle plurisignifying, simple past and past participle plurisignified)

  1. (rare) To have meaning or importance in multiple ways.
    • 2015, Cody Marrs, Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Long Civil War[1]:
      The wind, of course, always plurisignifies in Dickinson's poems.