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Strong's Biblical Hebrew Lexicon for H1709 – דָּג דָּאגּ

Strong's Biblical Hebrew Lexicon for H1709 – דָּג דָּאגּ - Ark.net.au

Strong's H1709 – דָּג דָּאגּ dag (dawg) (or (fully) dag (Nehemiah 13)

1. a fish (as prolific) 2. or perhaps rather from H1672 (as timid) 3. but still better from H1672 (in the sense of squirming, i.e. moving by the vibratory action of the tail) 4. a fish (often used collectively) [from H1711]

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דָּג דָּאגּ occurs 19 times in the Old Testament

1) fish

דְּגֵ֥י — Occurs 5 times as — Noun - masculine plural construct — e.g. Genesis 9:2
הַדָּגִֽים׃ — Occurs 5 times as — Article | Noun - masculine plural — e.g. 1 Kings 4:33
דָּ֖אג — Occurs 2 times as — Noun - masculine singular — e.g. Nehemiah 13:16
וּדְגֵ֣י — Occurs 2 times as — Conjunctive waw | Noun - masculine plural construct — e.g. Psalms 8:8
דָּגִ֣ים — Occurs 1 time as — Noun - masculine plural — Job 41:7
כַּדָּגִים֙ — Occurs 1 time as — Preposition-k, Article | Noun - masculine plural — Ecclesiastes 9:12
הַדָּ֔ג — Occurs 1 time as — Article | Noun - masculine singular — Jonah 1:17
לַדָּ֑ג — Occurs 1 time as — Preposition-l, Article | Noun - masculine singular — Jonah 2:10
כִּדְגֵ֣י — Occurs 1 time as — Preposition-k | Noun - masculine plural construct — Habakkuk 1:14

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