5509. sig or sug
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sig or sug: a moving back or away, dross
Original Word: סִיגִים
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: sig or sug
Phonetic Spelling: (seeg)
Short Definition: dross

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from sug
a moving back or away, dross
NASB Translation
dross (8), gone aside (1).

סִיג, שִׂיג noun [masculine]

1 a moving back or away;

2 dross (what is removed from metal); — absoluteסִיג Ezekiel 22:18 Qr (סוג Kt), שִׂיג 1 Kings 18:27 **omitted ᵐ5L, dittograph for שִׂיחַ Klo Bur. (שׂ for ס, but see below); plural סִיגִים (van d. H. סִגִּים) Isaiah 1:22 3t.; סִגִֿים Ezekiel 22:18 2t.; suffix סִיגָ֑יִךָ Isaiah 1:25; —

1 a moving back, away: שִׂיג לוֺ 1 Kings 18:27 there is a moving back to him = he has moved back, away (probably of temporary withdrawal, different from דֶּרֶךְ journey).

2 dross, usually of silver Proverbs 25:4 (מִכָּ֑סֶף), Proverbs 26:23 ׅ׳(כֶּסֶף ס, so (figurative of Israel) Isaiah 1:22 compare see 25, Ezekiel 22:18b (סִיגִים כֶּסֶף ᵑ0, בְּתוֺךְ ׳ס ׳כ ᵐ5 Co Berthol; — Co strike out ׳ס not so Berthol Toy), compare Ezekiel 22:18 a. 19; indefinite Psalm 119:119.


Or cuwg (Ezek. 22:18) {soog}; from cuwg in the sense of refuse; scoria -- dross.

see HEBREW cuwg

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