sigmate [sig-mit, -meyt] Word Origin adjective

  1. having the form of the Greek sigma or the letter S.

Origin of sigmate First recorded in 1885–90; sigm(a) + -ate1 Related formssig·ma·tion [sig-mey-shuh n] /sɪgˈmeɪ ʃən/, noun British Dictionary definitions for sigmate sigmate adjective

  1. shaped like the Greek letter sigma or the Roman S

Derived Formssigmation (sɪɡˈmeɪʃən), noun

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