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dag 1

 (dăg)
n.
1. A lock of matted or dung-coated wool.
2. A hanging end or shred.

[Middle English dagge, shred.]

dag 2

abbr.
decagram

dag

(dæɡ)
n
1. (Agriculture) short for daglock
2. rattle one's dags informal NZ to hurry up
vb, dags, dagging or dagged
(Agriculture) to cut the daglock away from (a sheep)
[C18: of obscure origin]
ˈdagger n

dag

(dæɡ)
n
1. a character; eccentric
2. a person who is untidily dressed
3. a person with a good sense of humour
[back formation from daggy]

dag

(dæg)

n.
1. one of a series of decorative scallops or foliations along an edge of cloth.
2. matted wool.
[1350–1400; Middle English dagge]

dag

dekagram.

dag


Past participle: dagged
Gerund: dagging

Imperative
dag
dag
Present
I dag
you dag
he/she/it dags
we dag
you dag
they dag
Preterite
I dagged
you dagged
he/she/it dagged
we dagged
you dagged
they dagged
Present Continuous
I am dagging
you are dagging
he/she/it is dagging
we are dagging
you are dagging
they are dagging
Present Perfect
I have dagged
you have dagged
he/she/it has dagged
we have dagged
you have dagged
they have dagged
Past Continuous
I was dagging
you were dagging
he/she/it was dagging
we were dagging
you were dagging
they were dagging
Past Perfect
I had dagged
you had dagged
he/she/it had dagged
we had dagged
you had dagged
they had dagged
Future
I will dag
you will dag
he/she/it will dag
we will dag
you will dag
they will dag
Future Perfect
I will have dagged
you will have dagged
he/she/it will have dagged
we will have dagged
you will have dagged
they will have dagged
Future Continuous
I will be dagging
you will be dagging
he/she/it will be dagging
we will be dagging
you will be dagging
they will be dagging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dagging
you have been dagging
he/she/it has been dagging
we have been dagging
you have been dagging
they have been dagging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dagging
you will have been dagging
he/she/it will have been dagging
we will have been dagging
you will have been dagging
they will have been dagging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dagging
you had been dagging
he/she/it had been dagging
we had been dagging
you had been dagging
they had been dagging
Conditional
I would dag
you would dag
he/she/it would dag
we would dag
you would dag
they would dag
Past Conditional
I would have dagged
you would have dagged
he/she/it would have dagged
we would have dagged
you would have dagged
they would have dagged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dag - 10 grams
metric weight unit, weight unit - a decimal unit of weight based on the gram
g, gm, gram, gramme - a metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram
hectogram, hg - 100 grams
2.dag - a flap along the edge of a garment; used in medieval clothing
flap - any broad thin and limber covering attached at one edge; hangs loose or projects freely; "he wrote on the flap of the envelope"
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"

dag

noun (N.Z. informal) joker, comic, wag, wit, comedian, clown, kidder (informal), jester, humorist, prankster He does all these great impersonations - he's such a dag.
rattle your dags (N.Z. informal) hurry up, get a move on, step on it (informal), get your skates on (informal), make haste You'd better rattle your dags and get on with this before the boss gets back.
Translations

dag

n (inf: = shred) → Zottel m, → Zipfel m, → Fetzen m (all inf, pej)
References in classic literature ?
And at such times Dag Daughtry, below on the for'ard deck, feigning unawareness as he went about his work, would steal side-glances up at the bridge where the captain and his passengers stared down on him, and his breast would swell pridefully, because he knew that the captain was saying: "See him
And so, knowing his captain's speech, swollen with pride in his own prowess, Dag Daughtry would continue his ship-work with extra vigour and punish a seventh quart for the day in advertisement of his remarkable constitution.
Somebody had to pay for the six quarts, which, multiplied by thirty, amounted to a tidy sum in the course of the month; and, since that man was Dag Daughtry, he found it necessary to pass Michael inboard on the Makambo through a starboard port-hole.
And Dag Daughtry had proved no exception from his first greeting of "Hello, you white man's dog, what 'r' you doin' herein nigger country?
Because of those estimates Dag Daughtry glanced about him quickly.
For Dag Daughtry had a way with him, as Michael was quickly to learn, when the man's hand reached out and clutched him, half by the jowl, half by the slack of the neck under the ear.
Dag Daughtry knew, instinctively to be sure, how to get on with dogs.
Head all right, good 'n' flat," Dag Daughtry murmured, first sliding his fingers over it, and then lighting a match.
Twenty-six or -seven--you're over twenty-five right now, I'll bet you on it, shillings to ha'pennies, and you'll make thirty when you get your full weight," Dag Daughtry told him.
Data pertaining to National Assembly could not be submitted, however the DAG sought time till March 7, for submitting the same.
The IHC bench comprising Justice Shuakt Aziz Siddiqui had directed a DAG Arshad Mehmood Kiani to seek this information and had also directed secretaries National Assembly and Senate to cooperate with the DAG and provide details in a sealed envelope.
At this DAG said that the prime minister had no concern with this report.