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blackswan
Posted: Thursday, May 06, 2010 9:25:53 AM
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Hi, I'd like to know if the word "סח" is related to the verbs "הוסח", or "להסיח" (i.e. one of their conjugations), since on websters-online-dictionary I found it means deflection, deviation, diversion, removal, turning aside, but in some other online dictionaries I found it means to say, speak, talk, converse.
Thank you
diego3333
Posted: Monday, June 21, 2010 1:18:30 PM
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Hey there!

So the word סח has only one definition and is to say, to tell.
But when you use the word in those conjugations- להסיח הוסח it means to take someone attention.
There's a saying in Hebrew- להסיח את דעתו/דעתה
And it means- To draw someone attention while one is doing something.
Like if you were learning for this test and I came in with food- הסחתי את דעתך or האוכל הסיח את דעתך.

Hopefully my explanation helped you :)
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