one of a series of decorative scallops or foliations along the edge of a garment, cloth, etc.
to edge (a garment, cloth, etc.) with decorative scallops or the like.
Other definitions for dag (2 of 4)
an amusing, unusual person.
Other definitions for dag (3 of 4)
Other definitions for Dag (4 of 4)
a male given name.
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How to use dag in a sentence
He is the winner of the Kate Webb award and a graduate of the UN dag Hammarskjöld Journalism Fellowship program.
He is the winner of the Kate Webb Award and a graduate of the U.N. dag Hammarskjöld Journalism Fellowship program.
He is the winner of the Kate Webb award and a graduate of the U.N. dag Hammarskjöld Journalism Fellowship program.Taliban Commanders See Victory in the Sacking of U.S. General | Mushtaq Yusufzai | June 25, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
dag-um nga hingbug-atan sa gipúyus nga ulan, Clouds weighted down with the rain they were carrying.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan | John U. Wolff
dag, the son of Hogni, sacrificed to Odin, for vengeance for his father.
dag met with his relation Helgi in a place called Fioturlund, and pierced him through with his spear.
Helgi fell there, but dag rode to the mountains and told Sigrun what had taken place.
For dag and Dagah are words interpreted to mean fish, whence he was called Dagon.
British Dictionary definitions for dag (1 of 2)
short for daglock
rattle one's dags NZ informal to hurry up
to cut the daglock away from (a sheep)
- dagger, noun
British Dictionary definitions for dag (2 of 2)
a character; eccentric
a person who is untidily dressed
a person with a good sense of humour
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