sigmatic

sigmatic

(sɪɡˈmætɪk)
adj
(Phonetics & Phonology) characterized by a Greek letter sigma or a Roman S added to a word or stem
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First, it should be noted that a stem like P[a.bar]li k[a.bar]hiti, whose corresponding present and aorist stems are, respectively, karoti and ak[a.bar]si, reveals that, as already suggested by Jules Bloch (1965: 228), the sigmatic aorist stem, deprived of its tense markers (i.e., augment and sigmatic suffix), could also serve as a base for the formation of the -hi- future (e.g., a-k[a.bar]-si k[a.bar]-hi-ti).
Sigmatic. 'Lilley of the Left Field.' Interview with Chris Lilley.
According to system-independent morphological naturalness, in fact, the two major markers -en and -(e)s "are equally natural: accordingly, NT is unable to predict the victory of the sigmatic suffix in the later history of English" (Mayerthaler 1987: 54), which obviously can be accounted for only if system-dependent criteria are applied.
The Sigmatic Aorist in Indo-European: Evidence for the SpaceTime Hypothesis.