seg

seg·e·tal;
seg·gy;
seg·men·tal;
seg·men·tal·iza·tion;
seg·men·tal·ize;
seg·men·tal·ly;
seg·men·tary;
seg·men·tate;
seg·men·ta·tion;
seg·men·tec·to·my;
seg·ment·er;
seg·men·ti·na;
seg·ment·ize;
seg·re·ant;
seg·re·ga·ble;
seg·re·gant;
seg·re·ga·tion;
seg·re·ga·tion·ist;
seg·re·ga·tive;
trans·seg·men·tal;
ten·seg·ri·ty;
seg;
seg·ment;
seg·re·gate;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • seg- — *seg germ., Verb: nhd. halten, bewältigen; ne. hold (Verb), manage; Hinweis: s. *sege ; Etymologie: s. Etymologie: idg. *seg̑ʰ , *seg̑ʰi , *seg̑ʰu …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • Seg — Seg, n. [See {Sedge}.] (Bot.) 1. Sedge. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. The gladen, and other species of Iris. Prior. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Seg — Seg, n. [Probably from the root of L. secare to cut.] A castrated bull. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.] Halliwell. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • SEG — steht für: Satellite Engineering Group, ein Satellitenhersteller in USA, Kansas Schmid Electronics GmbH Schnelleinsatzgruppe Shenzhen Electronics Group, ein Elektrogerätehersteller in Shenzhen Society of Economic Geologists Society of Exploration …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • seg — [seg] n. Slang SEGREGATIONIST * * * …   Universalium

  • seg — [seg] n. Slang SEGREGATIONIST …   English World dictionary

  • seg. — «sehg», noun. U.S. Slang. a segregationist. seg., segment …   Useful english dictionary

  • SEG — may be an acronym for:*Special Effects Generator, used in Television studio * Searl Effect Generator, an alleged free energy device * Semaphore Entertainment Group, a pay per view company which co founded the UFC * Smart Electronics Group *… …   Wikipedia

  • Seg — steht für: Satellite Engineering Group, ein Satellitenhersteller in USA, Kansas Schnelleinsatzgruppe Shenzhen Electronics Group, ein Elektrogerätehersteller in Shenzhen Smart Electronics Group, Vorläufer des türkischen Unternehmens Vestel Society …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • seg-1 —     seg 1     English meaning: to sow     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘säen”     Note: only Lat. and Celt.     Material: Lat. seges, etis f. ‘saat”, Seia “goddess of Säens” (*segi̯ü); O.Welsh segeticion “prolis”, M.Welsh se, he “ seed, sperm “, he u,… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

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