What does "RIAM" mean in linguistics?

Reply Wed 8 Sep, 2021 04:09 pm
I am currently reading a scholarly article about Georgian split ergativity, and I keep coming across something called "RIAM". Context:
"by its polysemy, i- resembles the Romance SE/SI clitic (and is glossed as reflexive-implicit argument marker RIAM; see also section"
"The same cannot be as easily asserted for riam, a prefix. Yet, there is some indirect evidence that ts scopes over riam as well."
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