SEGHSociety for Environmental Geochemistry and Health (est. 1971)
SEGHSaskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses (Canada)
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Whan Gamelyne segh hem comen he loked overall, And was ware of a pestel stode under the wall; Gamelyn was light and thider gan he lepe, And droof alle his brotheres men right sone on an hepe.
Gilda Segh, Guttmacher Inst., to author (July 7, 2012) (on file
While in Greek skhole indicated "a place for otiose discussion," the Proto-Indo-European base segh (also appearing in "scheme") meant "hold in one's power." While not necessarily violent, this source also carries with it an unpleasant, conflictful connotation.