dag

  1. 10 grams
  2. a flap along the edge of a garment; used in medieval clothing

Dag

• (v. t.) To cut into jags or points; to slash; as, to dag a garment. • (n.) A dagger; a poniard. • (v. t.) To daggle or bemire. • (v. i.) To be misty; to drizzle. • (n.) A loose end; a dangling shred. • (n.) A large pistol formerly used. • (n.) The unbranched antler of a young deer. • (n.) A misty shower; de...
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DAG

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Divisional Artillery Group
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Dag

[subculture] Dag is an Australian and New Zealand slang term. In Australia, it is often used as an affectionate insult for someone who is, or is perceived to be, unfashionable, lacking self-consciousness about their appearance and/or with poor social skills yet affable and amusing. it is also used to describe an amusing, quirky and likeable...
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Dag

Dag (dăg) noun [ Confer French dague , Late Latin daga , Dutch dagge (fr. French); all probably from Celtic; Confer Gael. dag a pistol, Armor. dag dagger, W. dager , dagr , Ir. daigear . Confer Dagger .] 1. A dagger; a pon...
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Dag

Dag intransitive verb To be misty; to drizzle. [ Prov. Eng.]
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Dag

Dag noun [ Of Scand. origin; confer Swedish dagg , Icelandic dögg . √71. See Dew .] A misty shower; dew. [ Obsolete]
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Dag

Dag transitive verb [ 1, from Dag dew. 2, from Dag a loose end.] 1. To daggle or bemire. [ Prov. Eng.] Johnson. 2. To cut into jags or points; to slash; as, to dag a garment. [ Obsolete] Wright.
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dag

A loose end; a dangling shred. 'Daglocks, clotted locks hanging in dags or jags at a sheep's tail.' (Wedgwood) ... Origin: OE. Dagge (cf. Dagger); or cf. AS. Dag what is dangling. ... 1. A dagger; a poniard. ... 2. A large pistol formerly used. 'The Spaniards discharged their dags, and hurt some.' (Foxe) 'A sort of pistol, called dag, was used abou...
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Dag

Dag is British military signaller slang for an electrical battery.
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DAG

Directed Acyclic Graph
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dag

dirty tatted tuft of sheep's wool
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dag

symbol for the dekagram (10 grams; see entry below), a common metric unit of mass.
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DAG

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for diacylglycerol.
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Dag

Wool clogged with dung. Usually forms teardrop shaped pendants dangling under the tail and around the anus of sheep. If allowed to remain dags may become infested with maggots which in some cases may go on to infest the flesh of the living sheep.
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Dag

Wool clogged with dung. Usually forms teardrop shaped pendants dangling under the tail and around the anus of sheep. If allowed to remain dags may become infested with maggots which in some cases may go on to infest the flesh of the living sheep.
Found on http://www.farm-direct.co.uk/shared/glossary.html
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