zegelen

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either from zegel (a seal) + -en, or via Middle Dutch seghelen (to seal), from Latin sigillare, from sigillum (a seal).

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zegelen (past singular zegelde, past participle gezegeld)

  1. (transitive) To affix a seal or stamp
    1. Notably as proof that a sealing tax is paid
  2. (transitive) To seal up, close, using (a) seal(s)
  3. (transitive, obsolete) To attach a (seal of approval or other) quality - or similar mark
    1. hence: To approve, corroborate, vouch for
  4. (transitive, dated) To (im)print a mark(ing), text etc.

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