Definition of Seghol

1. a Hebrew vowel-point [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seghol

segar
segars
segawa's dystonia
segelerite
segement
segemented
segements
segetal
segfault
segfaulted
segfaulting
segfaults
seggar
seggars
segge
seghol (current term)
seghols
segment
segment long spacing
segment polarity gene
segmenta
segmenta hepatis
segmenta lienis
segmenta medullae spinalis
segmenta medullae spinalis cervicalia
segmenta medullae spinalis coccygea
segmenta medullae spinalis lumbaria
segmenta medullae spinalis sacralia
segmenta medullae spinalis thoracica
segmenta renalia

Literary usage of Seghol

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A New Practical Hebrew Grammar with Hebrew-English and English-Hebrew by Solomon Deutsch (1872)
"The toneless fern, ending fl — .modifies a) the antepenult like H— : as rn~lJ wall, from "1"!j; b) the penult like the seghol in T|b9' for TJ^Q. viz. by the ..."

2. Hebrew Grammar with a Copious Syntax and a Praxis by Moses Stuart (1821)
"The furtive seghol, (§ 59. 4.) at the end of words, sometimes changes the preceding vowels ... of the original forms, into seghol. Thus, "^ip instead of ^Va ..."

3. Hebrew Grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius, Thomas Jefferson Conant (1845)
"seghol is .> however strong enough to be retained in pause ... wholly anomalous, can be explained only by assuming an intermediate form with seghol. E. g. ..."

4. Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius, Thomas Jefferson Conant, Emil Roediger, Benjamin Davies (1846)
"Moreover, vocal Sheva in pause becomes seghol, as "flb , Tib ; and a ... seghol is however strong enough to be retained in pavee when the syllable closes ..."

5. Gesenius Hebrew grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius, Emil Roediger (1851)
"in a closed syllable there arises a seghol (e), through 'a farther ... With fi and 9 the seghol is used only where a greater shortening is required on ..."

6. Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius, Thomas Jefferson Conant, Emil Roediger (1856)
"Moreover, vocal Sh'va in pause becomes seghol, as Tib, Ttb; ... seghol is however strong enough to he retained in pause ..."

7. Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius (1859)
"Moreover, vocal Sh'va in pause becomes seghol, as Tib, ... seghol is however strong enough to be retained in pause ..."

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