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Dagon

[ dey-gon ]
/ ˈdeɪ gɒn /
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noun
a Phoenician and Philistine god of agriculture and the earth: the national god of the Philistines.
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Origin of Dagon

<Latin <Greek <Hebrew dāghōn
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British Dictionary definitions for Dagon

Dagon
/ (ˈdeɪɡɒn) /

noun
Bible a god worshipped by the Philistines, represented as half man and half fish

Word Origin for Dagon

C14: via Latin and Greek from Hebrew Dāgōn, literally: little fish
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