- decigram; decigrams.
- by the grace of God.
Origin of D.G.1
From the Latin word Deī grātiā
- Director General.
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Examples from the Web for dg
DG are the initials of Dolce Gabbana, “an Italian luxury industry fashion house.”The Crime of Kufr Qaddoum: An EmergencyStandWithDavidMonitor Animal Rights Division Expose
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KL, one dg we freolsia am halgum were Benedick to wurmynte, for his micclum geincum.
Se witega cw, t se miccla Godes dg is swie gehende, and earle swyft.
Not in any way writing disrespectfully, was the slang word taken from Hogwith the g soft, which gives the dg pronunciation?A Dictionary of Slang, Cant, and Vulgar Words
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An adverbial dative singular without an inflectional ending is found with hm, dg, morgen, and fen.Anglo-Saxon Grammar and Exercise Book
C. Alphonso Smith
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