How To Analyze Signature With Underscores?

How To Analyze Signature With Underscores?


Meaning Of Signature

The signature represents your name, surname, nickname, or combination of them. It is your identity. It reflects your public image. You use it to authorize a cheque, letter, or document.

From graphology point of view, your signature tells how you behave in public or with common people and what you would like others to think of you. Whereas your handwriting reveals your real personal image. Your handwriting shows how you behave with close relatives and friends.

So people have two different personalities depending on the difference between their handwriting and signature. Thus more the difference between your handwriting and signature more the variation in your real and public image.



Signature analysis follows the same principles as handwriting analysis. There are many ways to interpret the signature. In this article, I will show you how to interpret the signature with different types of underscores.


What Does Underscore In A Signature Mean?

Underscore is the support that you got from your family and close ones. It is the platform which has been made available to you. It also means the foundation of your public image. Thus the underscore represents the essential rules and confidence level which guide you to make decisions.


Commonly Used Underscores In A Signature


Complete Underscore



If you use single complete underscore it means you maintain healthy self-confidence. You can’t take baseless decisions and have a set of principles that you follow.


Two Underscores



If you use two underscores in your signature, it means:

  • You think your public self-respect is poor.
  • You feel imperfect and incomplete with others around you.

Also, if you use two instead of one underline, it means you want to force your will on others. You become aggressive. You think if your ideas are not accepted then you will lose your importance among people. This indicates low self-esteem.


More Than Two Underscores



You are confused about yourself and your decisions. You pretend to be very firm on your principles. But in reality, you have not got any firm principles. Principle of exaggeration applies here. If anything is overdone opposite is true.


Broken Underscore



It represents partial support or a broken platform. Partial confidence means no confidence. You lack confidence. You are not sure about your beliefs and principles thus there is no firm base to your decision making.


Reverse Underscore



An underscore which goes from right to left is a reverse underscore. You go back on your words. You cannot keep your promises. You are very unreliable about your decisions.


Returning Underscore



It goes from right to left and then again returns to the right. You try to go back on your words and run away from your responsibilities. But when forced you will keep the promise.

There are two types of returning underscores:

  • If the underscore returns with a curve then the effort required keeping you committed is less.
  • If the underscore returns making an angle then the effort required keeping you committed is more.

You will stay committed to your promise only when forced with a lot of stressful words or actions.


Oscillating Underscore



You do not have definite rules to follow and are confused about your beliefs. Your decision making is ever-changing. You cannot make up your mind.


Concave Underscore



It looks like a bowl or a cavity. You always find a way to get excused from making the decision. You always try to run away from your responsibilities.


Convex Underscore



It looks like a plateau or a small hill. You try to improve your confidence and decision making by working on your principles. You want your public image to be better than what it is at present by imposing better principles on yourself.


Wavy Underscore



You always try to avoid decision making. You are a fun-loving person. You are unconfident about your principles and beliefs and you do not want to face this fact.



Your signature represents your public identity. It is the part of your personality you would like people to see. But analyzing signature alone is not always safe. It should be analyzed along with other writing material.

Like your handwriting, your signature gives information about the personality traits you project in front of other people. Thus it is a must for everyone to practice a well-formed signature.

You can implement signature analysis tips mentioned in our various articles. These will help you to gain confidence and improve your public image.



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