Definition of Seghols
1. seghol [n] - See also: seghol
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seghols
Literary usage of Seghols
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introductory Hebrew Grammar: With Progressive Exercises in Reading and by Andrew Bruce Davidson (1896)
"From the presence of weak letters the seghols may be obscured, but the invariable sign of this class of word is the accent on the penult. ..."
2. A Criticism of Systems of Hebrew Metre: An Elementary Treatise by William Henry Cobb (1905)
"... to the seghols the effect of two rises: pi> w, livi, -ph. By means of the unaccented syllables this fundamental measure permits a very free treatment. ..."
3. Hebrew Grammar of Gesenius by Wilhelm Gesenius, Moses Stuart (1846)
"... some slight differences of sound, either in quality or intensity, belonged to each of these seghols. It is in vain, now, to seek for their recall. ..."
4. The Elements of Hebrew by Enoch Spradling Price (1922)
"... of the possessive suffix, second, singular masculine, 71, thy, and second, feminine, T, thy, see Lesson 7. A noun containing two seghols ( » ) ..."