Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5509 - סוּג
1) a moving back or away
2) dross (usually of silver)
1325) cx (סג SG) AC: Turn CO: ? AB: Increase: The pictograph x is a picture of a thorn representing a turning, the c is a picture of a foot. Combined these mean "turning of the foot". To turn around or change directions.
bm ) aicx (סגיא SGYA) - Large: A greatness in size or stature. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: aygV] KJV (15): great, excellent, much, great, very, exceeding, sore - Strongs: H7689 (שַׂגִּיא), H7690 (שַׂגִּיא)
V) cfx (סוג SWG) - Turn: To turn or change directions, either physically or mentally. [df: gwV] KJV (17): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Pilpel, Participle) turn, back, backslider, drive - Strongs: H5472 (סוּג), H5473 (סוּג), H7734 (שׂוּג), H7735 (שׂוּג)
Nm ) cix (סיג SYG) - I. Dross:The impurities as scum or dregs that are formed on the surface of molten metals. [df: gwo]II. Turn:[df: gyV]KJV (9): dross, pursuing - Strongs: H5509 (סוּג), H7873 (שִׂיג)
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סוּג (once שׂוּג 2 Samuel 1:22) i.q. נָסַג to go away from, to depart, especially from God, followed by מִן Psalms 80:19, 53:4. Part. pass. Proverbs 14:14, סוּג לֵב one who draws back in heart (from God), compare Psalms 44:19.
Niphal נָסוֹג, fut. יִסּוֹג to draw back (prop. to be made to draw back)
(a) used of an enemy when retreating, commonly with the addition of אָחוֹר. Psalms 35:4, יִסֹּגוּ אָחוֹר וְיַחְפְּרוּ “let them draw back and be ashamed.” Psalms 40:15, 70:3 129:5 Isaiah 42:17, 50:5 Jeremiah 46:5.
(b) followed by מֵאַחֲרֵי יְהֹוָה to draw back from Jehovah, i.q. Kal, Zephaniah 1:6 without these words, id. Psalms 44:19, 78:57.
[Hiphil, see נָסַג.]
Derived nouns, סוּג, סִיג, שִׂיג.
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