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The original question contained a link to the interesting article by Rendsburg 1988: http://jewishstudies.rutgers.edu/docman/rendsburg/64-the-mock-of-baal-in-1-kings-18-27/file Has anyone else looked at it? The author argues that śiăḥ and śiḡ are a hendiadys. śiḡ or siḡ is well-known in the meaning “go away, step aside”, and can thus reasonably be ...


The meaning of the word שִׂ֛יג (Strongs H7873 - siyg) from the older lexicons: Gesenius’ Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon: the meaning as withdrawing, going away, from the roots שׂוּג (H7734) and סוּג (H5472) to go away. (HCSB) Brown Driver Biggs: a moving back, away: there is a moving back to him; he has moved back, away (prob. of temporary withdrawal, diff. ...

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