affix (<<schwa>>-fiks), vb.1. To attach, add to, or fasten on permanently. See FIXTURE.
2.Trademarks. To attach, physically or functionally, a trademark or servicemark to the goods or
services it represents. • A mark must be affixed to show that it is used in trade. If physical
attachment is impossible or impracticable, the mark may be used on a container or tag, or (esp.
with servicemarks) displayed prominently in advertising. [Cases: Patents 98; Trade Regulation
64. C.J.S. Patents §§ 137–139; Trade-Marks, Trade-Names, and Unfair Compe-tition § 34.] —
affixation (af-ik-say-sh<<schwa>>n), n. [Blacks Law 8th]