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Strong's #1709 - דָּאג

Transliteration
dâg
Phonetics
dawg, dawg
Root Word (Etymology)
from (H1711)
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
401a
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) fish

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 231 ‑ ἁλιεύς (hal‑ee‑yoos');  2486 ‑ ἰχθύς (ikh‑thoos');  2785 ‑ κῆτος (kay'‑tos);  
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (19)
Genesis 1
Numbers 1
1 Kings 1
2 Chronicles 1
Nehemiah 3
Job 2
Psalms 1
Ecclesiastes 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Jonah 3
Habakkuk 1
Zephaniah 2
NAS (18)
Genesis 1
Numbers 1
1 Kings 1
2 Chronicles 1
Nehemiah 2
Job 2
Psalms 1
Ecclesiastes 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Jonah 3
Habakkuk 1
Zephaniah 2
HCS (19)
Genesis 1
Numbers 1
1 Kings 1
2 Chronicles 1
Nehemiah 3
Job 2
Psalms 1
Ecclesiastes 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Jonah 3
Habakkuk 1
Zephaniah 2
BSB (20)
Genesis 2
Numbers 1
1 Kings 1
2 Chronicles 1
Nehemiah 3
Job 2
Psalms 1
Ecclesiastes 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Jonah 3
Habakkuk 1
Zephaniah 2
ESV (18)
Genesis 1
Numbers 1
1 Kings 1
2 Chronicles 1
Nehemiah 2
Job 2
Psalms 1
Ecclesiastes 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Jonah 3
Habakkuk 1
Zephaniah 2
WEB (19)
Genesis 1
Numbers 1
1 Kings 1
2 Chronicles 1
Nehemiah 3
Job 2
Psalms 1
Ecclesiastes 1
Ezekiel 1
Hosea 1
Jonah 3
Habakkuk 1
Zephaniah 2
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

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)

A) cd (דג DG) AC: ? CO: Fish AB: ?

Nm ) cd (דג DG) - Fish: [df: gad] KJV (20): fish - Strongs: H1709 (דָּאג)

Nf1 ) ecd (דגה DGH) - Fish: KJV (15): fish - Strongs: H1710 (דָּגָה)

mm) ncd (דגנ DGN) - Grain: A plentiful crop. KJV (40): wheat, cereal, grain, corn - Strongs: H1715 (דָּגָן)

D) cad (דאג DAG) AC: Dart CO: ? AB: Anxiety: The back and forth darting of a fish in the water.

V) cad (דאג DAG) - Anxious: An anxious behavior like a fish darting in the water. KJV (7): (vf: Paal) afraid, sorrow, sorry, careful, take thought - Strongs: H1672 (דָּאַג)

Nf1) ecad (דאגה DAGH) - Anxiety: An anxious behavior like a fish darting in the water. KJV (6): carefulness, fear, heaviness, sorrow, care - Strongs: H1674 (דְּאָגָה)

H) ecd (דגה DGH) AC: Increase CO: ? AB: ?: A net full of fish is an abundance or increase.

V) ecd (דגה DGH) - Increase: KJV (1): (vf: Paal) grow - Strongs: H1711 (דָּגָה)

J) cfd (דוג DWG) AC: Fish CO: Fisherman AB: ?: One who catches fish and his equipment.

Nm) cfd (דוג DWG) - Fisherman: KJV (2): fisher - Strongs: H1728 (דַּוָּג)

Nf1) ecfd (דוגה DWGH) - Fishing: KJV (1): fish - Strongs: H1729 (דּוּגָה)

M) cid (דיג DYG) AC: ? CO: Fish AB: ?

Nm ) cid (דיג DYG) - I. Fish: II. Fisherman:KJV (3): fish, fisher - Strongs: H1770 (דִּיג), H1771 (דַּיָּג)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 דָּאג fish, compare דָּג below דגה.

דָּג noun masculine Jonah 2:1 fish (Late Hebrew id.) — דָּג Jonah 2:1 (twice in verse); Jonah 2:11 + Nehemiah 13:16 Qr (Kt דָּאג); דָּגִים 1 Kings 5:13 6t.; דְּגֵי Genesis 9:2 7t.; — fish of sea Jonah 2:1 (twice in verse); Jonah 2:11 (in Jonah 1:1 גָּדוֺל׳ד); Nehemiah 13:16 (דָּאג Kt דָּג article of Tyrian trade; only here collective, read perhaps דָּגָה; or regard as late usage, compare converse דָּגָה of individual Jonah 2:2); — elsewhere always plural: as subject of Solomon's utterance 1 Kings 5:13; fish-spear צִלְצַל דגים Job 40:31; most often דְּגֵי הַיָּם Genesis 9:2 (P), Psalm 8:9; Hosea 4:3; Zephaniah 1:3; Ezekiel 38:20; Job 12:8 (in all opposed to beasts & birds, & apparently used with them, + רֶמֶשׂ Ezekiel compare verb רמשׂ Genesis , for animal creation in General; also Habakkuk 1:14 compare below); Numbers 11:22 (JE) of fish (with beasts) as food (compare Genesis 9:2f.) in simile of men ensnared, like fish taken in net (מְצוֺדָה) Ecclesiastes 9:12 compare Habakkuk 1:14 (דְּגֵי הַיָּם); 4t. שַׁעַר הַדָּגִים fish-gate 2 Chronicles 33:14; Zephaniah 1:10; Nehemiah 3:3; Nehemiah 12:39 (on situation compare שַׁעַר).


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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

דָּאג i.q. דָּנ a fish, Nehemiah 13:16. As Kametz in this word (signifying a fish and not a fisherman) is pure (from דָּנָה), the letter א which is omitted in very many MSS. (as the Masora observes) is a redundant mater lectionis, as in מְלָאכִים 2 Samuel 11:1.


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List of Word Forms
דְּגֵ֣י דְּגֵ֥י דָּ֖אג דָּ֣ג דָּגִ֣ים דאג דג דגי דגים הַדָּ֔ג הַדָּגִ֔ים הַדָּגִ֗ים הַדָּגִֽים׃ הַדָּגִים֙ הדג הדגים הדגים׃ וּדְגֵ֣י ודגי כִּדְגֵ֣י כַּדָּגִים֙ כדגי כדגים לַדָּ֑ג לדג dā·ḡîm dag dāḡ daGim dāḡîm də·ḡê dəḡê deGei had·dā·ḡîm had·dāḡ hadDag haddāḡ haddaGim haddāḡîm kad·dā·ḡîm kaddaGim kaddāḡîm kiḏ·ḡê kiḏḡê kidGei lad·dāḡ ladDag laddāḡ ū·ḏə·ḡê ūḏəḡê udeGei
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