[fr Italian, ''now follows,'' an instruction on musical scores, found by 1740]
I sal you seg, vader, ic sal teash your daughter such a ting make her laugh too.
In the northern dialects the pronunciation as brig, seg, sing still survives.
The day was cool and cloudy, and at one o'clock they halted at a village called Merreh, or seg.
seggar, seg′ar, n. a case of clay in which fine pottery is enclosed while baking in the kiln.