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There is a lot of complexity to this answer. Without knowing which mount the Sigma lens was designed for, there is no way to know the answer. Additionally, it is most likely you won't be able to electronically control the lens so it will be fully manual. If you don't have an aperture ring on the lens, you won't be able to control the aperture for the lens ...
It all depend on what mount the lens is produced for. You should check if the lens is produced for Nikon or not.
The EXIF lens ID information is written by the camera, Lightroom just displays what the camera has written in the 'Lens ID' field. The only field that Lightroom allows the end user to edit is the 'date/time' field. But the lens correction selection is something that Lightroom does itself and apparently it can use other clues besides the EXIF Lens ID to tell ...
Sigma has a history of reusing the lens ID across different lenses and so correct identification of them is actually quite tricky in some cases. I would not assume that the lens correction feature is actually working properly, though it may be using some additional information to figure it out and so generally works. However, that doesn't help when it's just ...
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