Definition of Segols
1. segol [n] - See also: segol
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Segols
Literary usage of Segols
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The First Twelve Psalms in Hebrew: With Latin Version, Pronunciation and by William Baillie (1843)
"_ •IT 241 he wept, for ns^V Some in Hiphil have two segols, as ^341 Ae marfe fruitful, for n^S*! 5 if the first radical be a guttural, ..."
2. Nieuw biograpisch, anthologisch en critisch woordenboek van Nederlandsche by A. J. van der Aa, Pieter Gerardus Witsen Geysbeek (1844)
"... den Lofzang der kinderen van E.NOS ter eere van den eenig waren God, in don Vierden Zang , met do even voorafgaande schildering van Koning segols ..."
3. Grammar of the Biblical Chaldaic Language and the Talmud Babli. Idioms by Samuel David Luzzatto (1876)
"Nouns, which in the Hebrew have two segols (b?s) have in the Chaldaic sTO and nns, or si» and 'ns, eg, C|D| H., C|Ps Ch. ; Dbs H., Dbs Ch. The Hebrew form b ..."
4. A Commentary on the Psalms by George Phillips (1872)
"In this place V " VV * Baer has two segols, viz. nD3. The meaning is by some said to be the new moon, and by others the full moon. ..."
5. A New Commentary on Gensis by Franz Delitzsch, Sophia Taylor (1899)
"5, are written HU, with two segols. Perhaps the meaning of the two names is the same ; at least the ..."
6. A New Commentary on Genesis by Franz Delitzsch (1888)
"5, are written PV, with two segols. Perhaps the meaning of the two names is the same ; at least the ..."