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The answer AUTOGRAPH has 35 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of autograph in various dictionaries:
noun - something written by one's own hand
noun - a person's own signature
verb - mark with one's signature
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|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|Before you ask for mine, you should know it's from the Greek for "self written"|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|something written by one's own hand|
|a person's own signature|
|mark with one's signature|
|Write one's signature on (something) sign.|
|A manuscript or musical score in an author's or musician's own handwriting.|
|A signature, especially that of a celebrity written as a memento for an admirer.|
|Written in the author's own handwriting.|
|written in the author's own handwriting.|
|a signature, especially that of a celebrity written as a memento for an admirer.|
|write one's signature on (something) sign.|
Autograph is a famous person's artistic signature. This term is used in particular for the practice of collecting autographs of celebrities. The hobby of collecting autographs is known as philography.|
* What might be considered the oldest "autograph" is a Sumerian clay table from about 3100 BC which includes the name of the scribe Gar.Ama. No ancient written autographs have been found, and the earliest one known for a major historical figure is that of El Cid from 1098.Autograph also refers to a document transcribed entirely in the handwriting of its author, as opposed to a typeset document or one written by an amanuensis or a copyist; the meaning overlaps with that of the word holograph.