Seg definition

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(US prison slang, uncountable) Segregation.
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A metal stud or plate fixed to the sole or heel of a shoe to prevent excessive wear. Also known as a blakey.
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(dialect) A callus, an area of hardened skin.
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(UK dialectal) A man; fellow.
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(UK, Scotland, dialect) A castrated bull.

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Gladen, or other species of Iris.

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(archaic) A man; warrior; hero.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
seg
Plural:
segs

Origin of seg

  • From Middle English segge, from Old English secg (“man, warrior, hero"), from Proto-Germanic *sagjaz (“follower, retainer, warrior"), from Proto-Indo-European *sekÊ·- (“to follow, accompany"). Cognate with Norwegian segg, Icelandic seggur (“bully").

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  • Probably from the root of Latin secare (“to cut").

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  • Short for segregation.

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  • See sedge.

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