adjective di·gam·mat·ed \dīˈgaˌmātə̇d\

Definition of digammated

  1. 1 :  having the Greek letter digamma

  2. 2 :  inferred to have had a w-sound of which actual orthographic evidence does not survive —used of a Greek word or root or of the vowel following the inferred sound the number of digammated roots in Homer — R. C. Jebb

  3. 3 :  printed with digamma inserted where its sound is believed originally to have been employed a digammated edition of Homer

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