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See also: sis, SIS, sís, šis, šīs, and şiş

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EtymologyEdit

Ultimately from Ancient Greek -σις (-sis, forms noun of action), often via Latin or French.

SuffixEdit

-sis (plural -ses)

  1. forming nouns of action or process
    catharsis, dialysis, noesis, prosiopesis
  2. (medicine) form noun of condition
    psoriasis, sepsis

Usage notesEdit

Not very productive, primarily used for borrowed terms from Ancient Greek, also some modern coinages on Ancient Greek roots.

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