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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [1]

1: Ἐπιγράφω (Strong'S #1924 — Verb — epigrapho — ep-ee-graf'-o )

"to write upon, inscribe" (epi, "upon," grapho, "to write"), is usually rendered by the verb "to write upon, over, or in,"  Mark 15:26;  Hebrews 8:10;  10:16;  Revelation 21:12; it is translated by a noun phrase in  Acts 17:23 , "(with this) inscription," lit., "(on which) had been inscribed." Cp. the noun epigraphe, "a superscription."

Webster's Dictionary [2]

(1): ( n.) A line of division or intersection; as, the tendinous inscriptions, or intersections, of a muscle.

(2): ( n.) The act or process of inscribing.

(3): ( n.) An address, consignment, or informal dedication, as of a book to a person, as a mark of respect or an invitation of patronage.

(4): ( n.) That which is inscribed; something written or engraved; especially, a word or words written or engraved on a solid substance for preservation or public inspection; as, inscriptions on monuments, pillars, coins, medals, etc.

King James Dictionary [3]

INSCRIP'TION, n.L. inscriptio. See Inscribe.

1. Something written or engraved to communicate knowledge to after ages any character, word, line or sentence written or engraved on a solid substance for duration as inscriptions on monuments, called epitaphs, on pillars, &c. We do not call by this name writings on paper or parchment. 2. A title. 3. An address or consignment of a book to a person, as a mark of respect, or an invitation of patronage. It is less formal than a dedication.

Holman Bible Dictionary [4]

 Mark 15:26 Luke 23:38 defeated   John 19:21

Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament [5]

Inscription —See Title on Cross.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [6]

in - skrip´shun (verb ἐπιγράφω , epigráphō , "to write upon," "inscribe"): The word occurs once in English Versions of the Bible in   Acts 17:23 of the altar at Athens with the inscription "To an Unknown God." On inscriptions in archaeology, see Archaeology; Assyria; Babylonia , etc.