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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1672 - דָּאַג
1) to fear, be anxious, be concerned, be afraid, be careful
1a1) to be anxious, be concerned
1a2) to fear, dread
1072) cd (דג DG) AC: Dart CO: Fish AB: Anxiety: The pictograph d is a picture of the a tent door which is a curtain hung over the entrance of the tent. To gain entrance to the tent or to leave, the curtain moved back and forth. Also, the door is used for moving back and forth from the tent to the outside. The c is a representation of a foot. The combined meaning of these two letters is "the back and forth moving of the foot (תאל tail) ". The tail of a fish moves back and forth to propel itself through the water. The darting around of fish. (eng: dog - as a waging tail)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
דָּאַג prop. i.q. דָּאַד to melt, Greek τήκω. It is applied to terror and fear (comp. מוּנ, מָסַס), to fear, to be afraid, Jeremiah 17:8 followed by an acc. 38:19 Isaiah 57:11 מִן Jeremiah 42:16 also לְ of the person for whom we fear, 1 Samuel 9:5, 10:2 and מִן of the thing, on account of which one is afraid, Psalms 38:19. Hence the following words
the Third Week after Epiphany