countersign
Noun

countersign (plural countersigns)

  1. (law) A second signature added to a document to affirm the validity of the signature of the first person.
  2. The response to a sign or signal.
    Only those who give the countersign may enter the Masonic Lodge.
Verb

countersign (countersigns, present participle countersigning; past and past participle countersigned)

  1. (transitive) To sign on the opposite side of (a document).
  2. (transitive, by extension) To add a second signature to a document, affirming the validity of the signature of another person.
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