Definition of Segolates

1. segolate [n] - See also: segolate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Segolates

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

Literary usage of Segolates

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1. Accidence of Hebrew Grammar: With Exercises by Henry Augustine Coffey (1918)
"Defective segolates. — Nouns which fall short of being ... segolates. — The first radical has shewa and the third is original * quiescing in _ . ..."

2. William R. Harper's Introductory Hebrew Method and Manual by William Rainey Harper, John Merlin Powis Smith (1922)
"(8) A-class, i-class, 17-class segolates. (9) Laryngeal, \"У, У"У, Y'#, "'# and П"*? ... (11) Meaning of segolates. (12) Nouns with two short vowels. ..."

3. Introduction to Biblical Hebrew: Presenting Graduated Instruction in the by James Kennedy (1889)
"(a) The common form of segolates, with only the first letter aspirate, is regular. Those of the second class mostly take - for the first vowel. ..."

4. The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon: Consisting of an Alphabetical ...by Benjamin Davidson by Benjamin Davidson (1848)
"Examples of this kind are found also in the Hebrew, which agree with the segolates in the inflexion : they are, however, of too rare occurrence for a ..."

5. William R. Harper's Elements of Hebrew by an Inductive Method by William Rainey Harper (1921)
"A class of feminine formations resembling segolates. c. Certain short verbal forms (§ 85. Q. Note.—The use of a helping-vowel is common in carelessly spoken ..."

6. Elements of Hebrew by an Inductive Method by William Rainey Harper, John Merlin Powis Smith (1921)
"A class of feminine-! formations resembling segolates. c. Certain short verbal forms (§ 85. I). Note.—The use of a helping-vowel is common in carelessly ..."

7. Elements of Hebrew by an Inductive Method by William Rainey Harper, John Merlin Powis Smith (1921)
"A class of feminine formations resembling segolates. c. Certain short verbal forms (§ 85. I). Note.—The use of a helping-vowel is common in carelessly ..."

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