From sign and -age.
- sign|Signs taken collectively.
#:The signage in the airport is designed to point the way clearly to important locations.
#:The poor signage at Heathrow is only in English.
#*2003, Martin Waller, "Jarvis chief aims to lift siege of Paris," The Times, London, 3 Jan,
#*:If you try to push more and more traffic on to limited numbers of roads you require more signage, more safety measures, bus lanes, cycle lanes and so on.
trans-top|Signs taken collectively
French: signalisation, flÃ©chage
"signage" in EncartaÂ® World English Dictionary [North American Edition] Â© & (P)2007 Microsoft Corporation.
"signage" in Compact Oxford English Dictionary, Â© Oxford University Press, 2007.
Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed., 1989.
Random House Webster's Unabridged Electronic Dictionary, 1987-1996.