sug: to fence aboutOriginal Word: סוּג
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (soog)
Short Definition: fence
a prim. root
to fence about
carefully fence (1), fenced about (1).
II. [סוּג, שׂוּג] verb fence about (Aramaic word; , , sepsit, circumsepsit, clausit, sepes, compare ᵑ7 סיג Pa`el fence about, סְיָיגָא fence; Late Hebrew סוג fence about; Arabic enclosure made with thorns, etc., around grape-vines, etc. Lane1460, II. make a ; — only
Qal Passive participle feminine בִּטְנֵךְ עֲרֵמַת חִטִּים סוּגָה בַּשּׁוֺשַׁנִּים Cant 7:3 thy body a help of wheat fenced about with lilies (compare especially De Bu).
Pilpel intensive Imperfect2feminine singular תְּשַׂגְֿשֵׂ֑גִי Isaiah 17:11 thou dost fence it carefully about (> make it grow, as if שׂוג = שׂגה, AE Ki Brd Du).
סוד (check of following; perhaps kindred with יסד (compare יסד
Niph`al), see Köii. 1. 49; Ecclus 42:12 Hithpa`el הִסְתַּוִּיִד (margin הסתיד) converse, is perhaps denominative; Syriac , , friendly, confidential speech, ὁμιλία, = ὁμιλεῖν; Sabean מסוד place of speaker, oracle, HomZMG xlvi (1892), 529, who finds connection with lord, chief (and be be lord), properly speaker; Late Hebrew = Biblical Hebrew). set about
A primitive root (probably rather identical with cuwg through the idea of shrinking from a hedge; compare suwg); to hem in, i.e. Bind -- set about.
see HEBREW cuwg
see HEBREW suwg סוּגָ֖ה סוגה sū·ḡāh suGah sūḡāh