Definition of Segol

1. seghol [n -S] - See also: seghol



Lexicographical Neighbors of Segol

segmentum lingulare inferius
segmentum lingulare superius
segmentum mediale
segmentum posterius
segmentum subapicale
segmentum subsuperius
segmentum superius
segmentwise
segni
segnitite
segno
segnos
sego
sego lily
segol (current term)
segolate
segolates
segols
segond fracture
segos
segreant
segregant
segregants
segregate
segregated
segregates
segregating
segregation analysis

Literary usage of Segol

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

1. Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity by Society of Antiquaries of London (1812)
"I HAVE the honour to exhibit to your Lordship and the Society, a very rare unpublished Samaritan Coin, struck at A/oth segol, by order of Antigonus, ..."

2. Semitic Studies in Memory of Rev. Dr. Alexander-Kohut by George Alexander Kohut (1897)
"... that is, segol, is required, at least according to the first relation; the second relation may, in case of a pause,2) demand a change of segol into ..."

3. A Grammar of the Hebrew Language by George Bush (1839)
"—•nip short segol, 7, g, in mixed syllable, 7. 5. Kaph written with Sheva expressed, 9. 5. simple syllable joined to next word by ..."

4. Semitic Studies in Memory of Rev. Dr. Alexander Kohut: With Portrait and edited by George Alexander Kohut (1897)
"... that is, segol, is required, at least according to the first relation; the second relation may, in case of a pause,2) demand a change of segol into ..."

5. The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon: Consisting of an Alphabetical ...by Benjamin Davidson by Benjamin Davidson (1848)
"With segol in the first syllable are inflected 1?Л life-time, 3.J3 (with П parag. ^333) south, 1.33. before, 133 progeny. 4. Sometimes both forms (like '??p ..."

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