We all know that it was Ferdinand Saussure, the French Structuralist who labeled and named the SIGN. He divided the SIGN into the signifier and the signified. A signifier stands for a physical object and belongs to the realm of the sensible. A signified stands for an idea and belongs to the intelligible realm. For e.g. if I say Rose is Passion, Rose becomes the signifier and passion becomes the signified. But what about Verbs used in a language? Verbs are neither signifiers nor signifieds. Verbs in language connote Action, State, Being, Possession. For example: he is running is a verb that shows action. l am resting is verb pointing out to a state. I am rich is a verb that shows being. I own the Guernica is a verb that marks possession. I would like to name the process of the work done by Verbs in Semiotics as TRANSCENDENTS. TRANSCENDENTS work functionally by unifying or copulating the Signifier with the Signified. In the Philosophy of Semiotics, Transcendents form meaning as trans-philosophical entities. The meaning of the SIGN would be incomplete without the work of TRANSCENDENTS.