when you look at the music regarding the Greek Church, the sign when it comes to key-note.
A suffix, actually -son, with a component (-i-) of the stem in certain nouns originating from Latin through Old French. It really is comparable to -ation, -etion, -ition, in nouns originally abstract. Examples are contrast, fermison, garrison, jettison, orison, venison, warnison. In benison and malison doublets of benediction and malediction, the -i- is one of the paid off radical. In caparison the cancellation is conformative. See -son, -tion.