Definition of Segolate

1. a disyllabic noun form [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Segolate

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
segolate (current term)
segolates
segols
segond fracture
segos
segreant
segregant
segregants
segregate
segregated
segregates
segregating
segregation analysis
segregation of chromosomes

Literary usage of Segolate

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1. A grammar of the Hebrew language by Samuel Lee (1832)
"6 By segolate nouns is meant, nouns which, in addition to their primitive vowel, ... We shall first consider the different sorts of segolate nouns, ..."

2. A Grammar of the Hebrew Language, Comprised in a Series of Lectures by Samuel Lee (1827)
"On the First Species of segolate Nouns of the forms or FORKS. ... of all segolate nouns, excepting those only which have ..."

3. Introduction to Biblical Hebrew: Presenting Graduated Instruction in the by James Kennedy (1889)
"Obs. E'NI head, is properly a segolate (originally t?fc!"l) ; the plural absolute D»C>S<7 is for DVX-i, &c. (144). See 14, 2, and cf. 103, Obi. a. ..."

4. The Psalms by A. C. Jennings, William Henry Lowe (1877)
"segolate nouns have arisen from an attempt to facilitate the pronunciation of monosyllables, eg Aram., ..."

5. William R. Harper's Introductory Hebrew Method and Manual by William Rainey Harper, John Merlin Powis Smith (1922)
"M-class segolate, a noun with 0 prefixed (a—a); (3) from "1{JTF, ... a noun with second radical doubled (I—ft); (5) from T2i an o-class segolate, a fern, ..."

6. The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon: Consisting of an Alphabetical ...by Benjamin Davidson by Benjamin Davidson (1848)
"P£ have sometimes feminines which seem to be derived from segolate forms, which, ... This gives rise to another three segolate forms for the declension of ..."

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